I have a solid wood door and I'm looking to shave anywhere from an 1/8" to 3/8" off the width of the door. This would involve a ripcut that would best be performed with a table saw.
Since I don't have a table saw, or have access to anyone who owns one, I'm considering using my circular saw in conjunction with a fence/guide. I've bought several pieces of lumber, and none of them are as straight as what I need to make a consistently-thick cut up the door, length-wise.
So I found the Kreg Ripcut which looks promising, but I'm worried it doesn't make cuts that small, and I can't find any docs or videos out there that confirm either way. So if anyone owns one or can find documentation that verifies I can use it to make teeny cuts like this, please let me know!
If its not a viable solution, then I'm all ears on anything I could use on a ~6 foot door for a super straight & reliable fence. Thanks in advance.