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This track saw redefines the circular saw, making traditional circular saws obsolete! Its plunge-cutting action eliminates flip-up blade guards and its riving knife reduces the risk of pinching and kickback for a new revolution in safety. And, although this saw cuts like any other circular saw, the 55" Guide Rail is indispensable for making straight cuts when cutting wide panels. No more unsafe, over-extended reaching, and poor balance while cutting wide panels on a table saw! Once you use this Track Saw, you'll never go back to your old circular saw!

  • Suitable for a variety of materials like solid wood worktops, double-coated MDF boards, etc.
  • Infinitely variable cutting depth up to 2-5/32"
  • Rail system for accurate and inclusive splinter-free cuts
  • Non-slip backing on the underside of the rail for secure grip on the workpiece
  • Sliding surfaces on the guide rail ensure smooth machine operation
  • Built-in riving knife for anti-kickback protection
  • Anti-tilt bar provides a secure grip on the guide rail for miter cutting
  • Includes saw blade
  • Continuous cutting depth limiter
  • Anti-kickback protection
  • Dust port for shop vacuum


  • Motor: 120V, 9A, 1.1 kW
  • Motor speed: 5500 RPM
  • Blade rim speed: 9,070 ft per minute
  • Max cutting depth at 90&Ddeg: without rail 2-5/32", with rail 1-31/32"
  • Max cutting depth at 45°: without rail 1-5/8", with rail 1-7/16"
  • Saw blade: 160mm x 20mm x 48 tooth
  • Distance between saw blade and wall: 5/8"
  • Dust port diameter: 1-1/2"
  • Combined approximate shipping weight: 20 lbs.

Master Pack Includes: T10687 Track Saw, T24872 55" Guide Rail and T25094 Accessory Pack.


41 Customer Reviews (4.7 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
Dad loves it 01/20/2020 2:01:41 AM

Dad loves it. It's small enough to fit in his small work area but big enough for what he needs.

Doug M
01/18/2020 3:14:31 PM

The saw was the perfect tool for the job. Most likely the only time I will dust off the worm drive is when I do home repairs. Will be using the track saw a lot. Thank you Grizzly for another great wood tool.

Anonymous Reviewer
Very nice saw 01/17/2020 2:27:02 PM

After using my friends Makita track saw, I wanted one of my own. I couldnt justify the cost of the makita, and ordered this one. So far I am very happy with my choice. It works as good an even fits on the makita tracks. The plunge spring is a little stiffer, but will probably get easier with use. The release for plunging the saw is a reach with your thumb, and could be an issue if you have small hands. I am very happy with the purchase. Its a awesome saw for the money!

Anonymous Reviewer
LOVE IT!!!! 01/16/2020 2:13:02 PM

Wish I had this 5 years ago, I probably would not have as bad a back. So convenient to brake down sheet goods, and the quality is superb...

Anonymous Reviewer
01/15/2020 7:42:43 PM

For the money it cant be beat! Slight calibration and adjustments and it will cut a straight line. Adjustments are okay once your used to them. It makes ripping down sheet goods easier than using the table saw.

Mike C
01/08/2020 8:57:08 PM

I needed this to break down large sheet goods. I recently sold the Safety-Speed-Cut Panel Saw I previously used. For someone aging and having shoulder issues this is a god send! Cuts plenty accurate and is easy to use. What a bargain compared to the others on the market!

Anonymous Reviewer
Well pleased with this saw. 01/06/2020 7:41:17 PM

This saw did an excellent job on cutting cheap 4 ply 1/2" plywood. Couldn't be happier, especially with the holiday price that I payed for it.

Anonymous Reviewer
01/06/2020 1:36:36 PM

I've never used any other track saw, so I can't say how it compares, but it cuts straight, and it doesn't seem to tear out the plywood I used it on too much (but I recommend putting tape over the cut to minimize tear out). The only issue I've run into is that the dust collection port is a bit too large to fit standard 1 1/4" fittings. My guess is that it's some other, metric standard? I layered some tape in the port to reduce the diameter, and it fits now. Doesn't get all the dust, but it gets a lot of it.

Overall, it suits my needs well (rips down full sheets of plywood much easier than the table saw and cleaner than the circular saw), so I'm pleased with it. Probably won't be using that cordless circular saw much now.

01/06/2020 11:44:54 AM

Works excellent. Great value for the money. Perfect for cutting a straight line.

Michael M
01/01/2020 1:56:07 PM

Purchased different blade, improved cut substantially. Not a powerhouse but gets the job done.

Bryan C
11/26/2019 7:12:23 PM

Great set up with a few changes, buy a better blade like the one from the green company, a good web video on improving performance, Yes you should not have to do this but it makes a great difference. After all the system is 1/3 the price of the green guy. With adjustment and better blade its 95% of big green. NO regrets for me, a great investment of time and money.

Don T
08/16/2019 12:54:12 PM

No feedback given

Ricky C
06/17/2019 6:49:51 PM

My first purchase with Grizzly and it was a rewarding one! the track saw master pack turned out to be a good find. used it as soon as it arrived and have been very pleased ever since.

Anonymous Reviewer
Good looking product 05/23/2019 12:54:58 PM

Haven't used it yet. Looks like a good tool, will be trying it soon.

Anonymous Reviewer
Great for Sheet Goods 04/19/2019 6:10:11 PM

If you keep your expectations in line, this is an amazing value. I got mine on sale for $195 and it's perfect for breaking down sheet goods. Do not expect the same quality as the Makita or DeWalt track saws that cost a lot more money (more then double when this is on sale). What you need to expect is something between a circular saw and one of those track saws.

- Much better cut quality then a circular saw
- Much better dust collection then a circular saw (make sure to tape over the openings on the side)
- Extremely easy to use to make straight cuts
- The unit I received has no play on the track and the plunger isn't stiff like youtube reviews have mentioned, so operation is super smooth

- You do not have the same cut quality of the more expensive track saws, so you still need to make final cuts on a table saw
- Dust collection, while better then a circular saw, still make a mess under the track
- The track comes with 2 rubber strips near each other and a blank area for a 3rd ribber strip near the cutting area. They should have included a 3rd strip to make the track more stable as there is slight wobble due to not being balanced.
- The motor is underpowered. It's cuts through sheet goods like butter, but with 3/4" cherry hardwood it bogged down a lot, I wouldn't even touch anything harder with it.

As for the accessories, the clamps work wonderful. They fit into the track and secure it nicely.

Bruce B
Very satisfied 04/14/2019 12:18:54 AM

I am pleased with this saw, I have used it to accurately cut sheet goods in half. Functionality was fine for me.

Anonymous Reviewer
Poor packaging for shipping, good customer service 04/13/2019 7:25:38 PM

I was pleased with the quality of the saw but the separate shipping packaging of the track is substandard. When I opened the track it was damaged. The quality of the extrusion is fine, the packing is where the problem exists. It is shipped in its original packaging, wrapped with lots of packing tape but nothing else. If it were nylon banded with furring strips on each edge it would be much more likely to reach the consumer undamaged. The good people at Grizzly did send me a replacement free of charge but again it arrived with some damage. I was able to straighten a bent corner and render it usable but for the price paid I hope for a pristine, undamaged unit.

Anonymous Reviewer
Exactly what you need! 04/04/2019 9:48:08 PM

I own two of these!! A must have for any hobbyist or professional!!! I am a carpentry supervisor and these are on all of my jobsites.... word of advice would be to buy extra brushes

Anonymous Reviewer
11/29/2018 11:16:45 AM

Product works as advertised. Set up was easy right out of the box. Good value compared to other track saws.

richard C
11/18/2018 12:43:59 PM

No feedback given

Anonymous Reviewer
10/31/2018 1:37:01 PM

this tool is a game changer in wood working for me.

Anonymous Reviewer
Have'nt had a chance to use yet but looks like it will do the job. 07/30/2018 2:34:07 PM

No feedback given

Andrew N
06/04/2018 10:28:40 PM

Under-powered for anything other than breaking down sheet goods. Blade is a non-standard size, but it is possible to find replacements. Overall very happy with the purchase and price, just wish it had a tad more power

Bruno K
05/30/2018 11:17:37 AM

All ship shape and Bristol fashion I am pleased to advise.

Garry E
Great saw 04/25/2018 10:17:50 AM

This is my first track saw so I have nothing to compare it to. It does exactly what I bought it for so I cant imagine how it could be any better.

Anonymous Reviewer
Good but not great. 03/22/2018 10:48:00 PM

The saw is very good. The track is pretty good, however, do not purchase the second track to cut full sheets of plywood. The single connection point allows for the rail to move in the middle and does not provide a good cut.

Marcio O
01/23/2018 5:53:47 PM

The handsaw is good I have get Problem with the track the first one come band in the sack one who supposed to replace the first one yeah come damage on the track like you cant see in the picture does the second one and also I pay for $22 more for careful care who is that I know if you become like this I never a pay again

Anonymous Reviewer
Excellant product works well. 11/05/2017 12:27:32 PM

Great tool but need to offer a longer track for plywood 96"s long

Anonymous Reviewer
10/25/2017 12:01:36 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Trac Saw is GREAT Value for the money 07/21/2017 7:38:11 PM

Couldn't afford $500+ for trac saw. Grizzly is fantastic saw. Love the ability to finally cut sheet goods accurately..

Steve D
Strait forward Strait Cuts 07/16/2017 11:45:42 AM

I have wanted and needed this type of saw for some time now. Too old to see the lines and not enough "grip" left to hang onto the saw.
Chose this saw because of price and confidence in grizzly tools and was amply rewarded - with a couple of exceptions. Everything works as it should but I get the feeling the saw is under powered - that may be the blade which I haven't had the opportunity to replace. Bear in mind my other "skilsaw" was a real worm drive "skilsaw" and was a real work horse. Still is - I gave it to my son in law who will be building a house this fall. When I change blades I will update this. Second item is the plastic knob that adjust the depth of cut ... that whole set up just seems awkward to me for some reason. Hoping I get accustomed to it as time goes on! Saw cuts straight, guide sticks to osb without clamps. Overall another welcome addition to my tool collection.

Anonymous Reviewer
07/05/2017 12:05:15 PM

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Thomas N
06/03/2017 3:41:21 PM

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Jim C
06/02/2017 1:32:00 PM

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Donald J
06/02/2017 2:10:55 AM

Don't get much use yet but so far so good.

Anonymous Reviewer
05/10/2017 2:16:12 PM

I bought this couple months ago and have used it several times. For the money it has met my expectations.

Jordan R
04/23/2017 8:22:46 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Achieving Seamless made easy! 01/26/2017 12:42:03 PM

We keep getting more and more requests for "seamless top" farmhouse tables. This tracksaw far exceeded my expectations!!!! Check out Soulfulhavens_Topbuilder on IG to see samples!

Anonymous Reviewer
Very satisfied. 01/25/2017 12:04:00 AM

After doing much research, I thought the saw would wobble on the track, but the green runners have been spaced differently. I now notice no wobble as others have written about. I did cut apx 3/8" off the spring so it pushes down easier tho. The only thing I had to fiddle with was to put a bevel on the end of the adjoining track so saw wouldn't bump into it at connection point. I had already purchased a new 40 tooth Freud blade as advised by so many others and haven't used the blade that came w/ it. Consequently, I can't offer an opinion about the original. It may have been upgraded also, but can offer no opinion about its cut.

Not really great out of the box, needs some work 01/02/2016 5:27:55 PM

I bought this saw to cut counter tops. Cutting thick, and wide pieces highlights the problems with this saw. Don't really expect to get this saw and immediately start using it. It has a few problems:
1.) The saw wobbles on the track. This is caused by the two green low friction strips on the track being too close to each other which doesn't give a stable base for the saw to ride on. This causes a sloppy cut that is very evident when you cut thicker and wider pieces. It'll be tolerable on plywood, but the whole point of this saw is to have excellent table saw quality cuts from it.
2.) The stock blade is not very good. I cut one butcher block countertop and two of the carbide cutters came off due to poor brazing of the carbide to the steel, resulting in a poor cut when I needed a great one.
3.) Like mentioned in other reviews, the spring is unnecessarily stiff.

1.) There are a few ways to do this, some people have removed the green low friction strips and moved them outbound as far away from each other. Some have removed them altogether and put low friction tape in their place. Others have removed the low friction strips and placed low friction tape underneath the saw itself and its widest point. I'm trying out all of them now to see which is best.
2.) A new, high quality blade.
3.) Cut a few coils off the spring or buy a new 5/8" spring with a thinner gauge coil wire and cut to length. You can find one with some digging on amazon or ebay.

Chips & Chips
Grizzly Track Saw - Good Value 10/24/2015 6:29:08 AM

I purchased the Grizzly Track Saw Master Pack and an extra 55" Guide Rail (track) several weeks ago and I find it to be an excellent product. My main motivation in this purchase was for better saw dust control and I find that it reduces the amount of saw dust at least by 95% over my old circular saw. I did find that attaching a vacuum hose (1.25 inch) was a bit of a challenge but I purchased a Shop Vac extension tube and cut the top section (8 or 9 inches) from it. This section has the friction fit for the vacuum hose's nozzle and I have held it in the swivel on the saw with electrical tape. So I can easily attach or remove the vacuum hose now. It would have been better if the swivel on the saw had fit directly.

The saw was easy to set up and after I locked down the adjustments for proper tracking, they have held that adjustment for over a month now. The depth of the cut can be easily adjusted in fine increments and I like that. This would be very nice when cutting a slot. The Allen wrench needed for these adjustments and for changing the saw blade was supplied with the saw.

I did find that the spring that retracts the blade out of the cut is a bit too strong. It takes too much force to keep the saw down and that makes it harder to control the cut. But the saw does work well, in spite of this. A lighter spring would be nice and I am searching for one that will fit. I may have to make my own.

My main complaint about this saw is the blade supplied with it. It is a 48 tooth, carbide blade with alternate rake teeth, apparently for cross cuts. This is fine and the blade seems to be well made, but the sharpening leaves a lot to be desired. The teeth have a rather rough finish and the side rake is not very large so it splinters the edge of the cut a lot. I have had to use wood filler on every cut I have made in plywood with this blade. I have tried pre-scoring the wood and using some masking tape on the wood and it helps, but does not eliminate this splintering. I have purchased a Freud blade with identical specs and it is like night and day. The teeth on the Freud blade have a mirror like finish and it leaves a completely clean edge, even without scoring or using the masking tape. I am going to try to see if a saw sharpening shop can improve the original blade so it is not a total loss.

Another area for improvement is in setting the position of the cut. There is no mark on the saw or provision on the track for positioning the track in relation to the desired cut line. I am thinking of making some kind of gauge pieces that can be attached to the track which will be exactly on the cut line. This should be easily done by just making them oversize and cutting them down with the saw itself. All I need is an aluminum magnet. :-)

A nice feature is the electric cord. It is not overly short as too many are today. I have a small shop and have not had to use an extension cord with it yet. Big plus. But, of course, your mileage may vary.

Overall it is a good saw and I like it. I am sure I will be using it for many future projects. Compared to other track saws that I looked at, it is a great value. The blade supplied with it is not good and I can not recommend it. If you buy this saw I recommend that you also buy a good 160mm diameter, 80mm arbor size, 2,2mm (3/32") width blade to go with it (suggestion: Freud # LU79R006M20 or Grizzly #T24416).