Makita 194367-7 118" Guide Rail

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Features

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  • Country of manufacture: China

Description

The Makita 118" Plunge Saw Guide Rail (194367-7), when used with a Makita Plunge Circular Saw (SP6000) is a more portable option to a table saw for ripping sheet material. The Guide Rail interacts with the Plunge Saw (not included) to provide smooth, dead-on straight cuts. For use with the Makita 6-1/2 in. Plunge Circular Saws (models SP6000K/K1 and SP6000J/J1). From the Manufacturer Makita plunge saw guide rail 118-Inch. Interacts with the saw base to provide smooth perfect dead-on straight or bevel cutting


Manufacturer: ‎Makita


Part Number: ‎194367-7


Item Weight: ‎26.9 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎130.43 x 12.01 x 1.57 inches


Item model number: ‎194367-7


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No


Color: ‎Silver


Power Source: ‎Hand Powered


Item Package Quantity: ‎1


Number Of Pieces: ‎1


Included Components: ‎Unit^Instruction Guide


Batteries Included?: ‎No


Batteries Required?: ‎No


Date First Available: January 5, 2010


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Top Amazon Reviews


  • NOT STRAIGHT
This track deviates 3/8" from end to end. Looking at the track straight on you can't see it, but if you eyeball it down the track length-wise you can see just how much it's off. For instance, if you flush up both ends of the track on a straight workpiece then somewhere in the middle you'll see about 3/8" of the workpiece. That makes this track completely useless for what it's intended to do. By the way this was not damaged in shipping, it came this way straight from Makita. UPDATE: Makita sent me a new one. This one is dead straight. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2019 by Adam Jones Adam Jones

  • Not straight; poor customer service from manufacturer.
The media could not be loaded. Well I have had this guide for some time now and thought a was maybe pushing too hard laterally and causing cuts with a bow in them. It has been doing this from day 1. I decided to check the straightness of it by scribing a line, flipping the guide and seeing how far off it is. You can see from one end, to the middle and then to the other end is a good 3/32” of a difference. In the the video I have a string run from end to end and you can see the difference as well. I contacted Makita and was told accessories are not covered by warranty and that the purchase was too long ago. First off I don’t consider a $280 item to be an accessory! Second, even the though the purchase was almost 4 years ago, it’s not like anything could wear out on the thing, it’s a piece of aluminum! I went back and forth with them a few times and was basically told sorry, have a nice day. I went with Makita because I thought I could count on a company like them to stand by their product. Guess I was wrong. Go elsewhere for a guide or make damn sure you have a straight one before you wait to long to get help with it. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2021 by Dean G. Hallal Dean G. Hallal

  • A Great addition to my Shop and Absolutely Straight!
I have a Grizzly Track Saw with a 55 inch guide rail, but wanted a longer length guide to rip 8 foot sheets. After reading several reviews of people joining the shorter guide rails together to get a long rail and the problems they've had keeping them straight, I finally pulled the trigger and bought the Makita 118 inch guide. Because of it's length, I was worried that it might be damaged during shipment, but it came extremely well packed with literally a wooden crate built around it. It arrived in perfect condition. In other reviews, a few people mentioned problems with the straightness of this guide, but mine was absolutely straight. Overall, I'm very pleased with the Makita 118" rail and would definitely buy it again. By the way, it works perfectly with the Grizzly Track Saw. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2020 by J. Carl Gordon

  • Should have bought one a long time ago.
It's worked great! I really prefer this as opposed to wrestling sheet goods through my table saw by myself. This is more accurate and much safer. The makita track saw has been awesome. I've sliced up 20 sheets of underlayment so far in addition to other small projects. Couldn't be happier. The high friction foam on the back side reduces the need to clamp the guide in place. The guild is very straight and reduces chip out on face veneers. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2017 by Eric

  • its a game changer
This is a game changer!!! For those of you often late to party please don't think twice get this track and saw immediately. I do a lot fine finish and trim .Doors ,panels, ply wood edges the edges o. Decks never looked so good. Its fast and easy no cords
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020 by Einar Erik Volsung

  • Must have for long sheet goods!
After using the Makita Track Saw and the included short guide, I went ahead and purchased the 118" guide. I am glad that I spent the money. The guide works excellent for the long side of 4' x 8' plywood sheets. The cuts are just as excellent as the short guide. No splinters, no clamps, no dust! The only con with the 118" guide is storing it when it is not in use. I created a rack near the ceiling of my workshop that holds all my long straight edges. The Makita 118" fits right in with the rest of them. I don't know if I would take this to a job site without some protective casing to keep it straight, but it works great in my workshop. I can't say enough about the dust port on the Makita Track Saw. If you need to be dustless, when you cut sheet goods, the Makita Track Saw used with the 118" guide, hooked up to a dust collection system works great for me. The combination just takes my wood shop environment to a higher level of "dust free". I am always amazed these days when the sales hype actually turns into reality. The Makita Track Saw and accessories are truly amazing. They have met and exceeded my expectations. Thank you Makita!!! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 15, 2013 by Senior Software Designer

  • Good track system but takes way too long to arrive
The guide rail is a good quality product but it took forever to get here. Don't buy the Makita clamps. Very cumbersome to use and they are rough to spin closed. Find the DeWalt clamps for their track saw system instead. They are far easier to use. and work real well.
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2018 by Eric Tavitian

  • Great smooth accurate cuts.
I think I've convinced several other folks to get these. It really makes it easy to reduce full sheets of plywood accurately. The extra length makes it possible to slice sheets of plywood at various angles. The Makita track saw that goes with it has great dust control through the vacuum port on it. I lay a sheet of 3/8" flake board on the floor and then sheet of plywood on top of that. Set the depth of cut to just barely reach through the plywood and I can keep reusing my flake board. Now if only my garage floor was more even. *sigh* The chip shield strip seems to have slipped some which is making it a little harder to align. I can get a new one and start over but money's a little tight right now. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2015 by Natalie D

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