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Loren

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#1 posted 08-23-2017 06:44 PM

Even though I burned one up I really like
the Milwaukee “bodygrip” router. Everything
about it is designed well and depth can be
adjusted from the top using a hex extension
wrench. It isn’t the most whiz-bang design
for table use (for that look at the Triton routers)
but it gets the job done.

I don’t have one but these days you can get
router lifts that hold fixed-base router motors.
Such lifts cancel-out some of the inherent
limitations of inexpensive basic routers like
the Porter Cable 690, a reliable router that
can be bought on ebay for less than $100.


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