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degoose

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#1 posted 03-20-2012 09:38 AM

The small bosch is a good deal…Save up for a bigger router later but for now a small hand held will do some nice work. And you can fit it into a table top for a router table…not ideal but not bad either…
I too have multiple routers… 14 at last count… some small and some very powerful… and some POS…but for very limited use they are OK… most have bits fitted permanently…
I know A1Jim must have dozens of routers but you don’t need that many…
Back to the question…have a look at it and try it out.. if it looks like it has not be abused… should be a good buy…
Hope this is of some help

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