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Matt Rogers

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#1 posted 05-09-2017 12:55 PM

I have had problems with my Triton router from the beginning with things like this. Especially the motor brush covers. They break if you even look at them sideways. And you have to take them off and on if you need to clean out the little teeth on the posts that get clogged with sawdust from raising and lowering. Or at least I had to to clean something in the past. They shattered to pieces and I have had one replaced with a piece of oak dowel held in place with a small strip of ipe and some zip ties! Yes, it looks weird and I don’t like it, but it has been like that for two years.

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