Yes and make sure it is a 10 inch blade. Then you have to ask yourself what are you going to be cutting ? If you're going to just rip stuff, you can get a 36 tooth Diablo, if you are working with furniture stuff (where you want little chip out) you may want a 60 tooth. Myself, I went with the 50 tooth Diablo, to rip, cross cut and I do work with 4x8 sheets of good sanded plywood with very little chip. But I don't have to constantly change Diablo blades from 36T to a 60T and back & forth. One blade for me all the time.
In the box you will find the parts and hardware for the cart,Anti-kick back pawls, Rip fence, Blade guard, blade wrenches, miter gauge and push stick.
The type of cord should be designated with "WA" or "W" on the cord's jacket. If using 10 gauge you are good up to 100ft on a 12 gauge 20 amp circuit.
Yes, it comes with a removable Rip Fence.
When folded up it is 24" wide, 19" deep and 44" high.
I think a 6-1/2 inch dado blade is the largest you can use on this table saw.
The saw and cart are 24" wide, 19" deep and 44" high when collapsed. The blade guard and riving knife detach and store on the saw and cart to create a flat surface.
The only thing I can think of would be to look on ebay or go to ridgidpower.com or ridgidtools.com, it's something like that. To pull up their contact # and call them directly and see if you can buy just the folding stand for your table saw.
This pro jobsite folding table saw has a 3.1 hp motor and runs up to 5000 rpm