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#1 posted 09-28-2016 04:51 AM

It depends on what tools you have? A shape chisel might do it, A trim router on it’s side or a router with a long rabbiting bit. Perhaps a block plane, a random orbital sander with 36 grit sand paper. use a forstener drill bit drilling repeatedly and use a chisel to clean out what’s left.

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