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Forum topic by lunn posted 767 days ago 1396 views 0 times favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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lunn

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767 days ago

At a auction Saturday night bought 2 vintage industrial Stanley routers One is a model .03 with a 90110m motor the other is a model m1a both run great. Ive searched the net and haven’t came up with much. Wondering hold old they are? Neither have a place for a on/off switch just pluged them up !! With them was over 100 1/2” bits, mostly dovetail and stright and alot of other stuff. $25.00

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MedicKen

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#1 posted 767 days ago

You might check with OWWM. I know there have been a few threads discussing the older Stanley dometop, R2D2, routers.

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#2 posted 767 days ago

Stanley’s power tool division sold to Bosch. The Bosch routers
are descendents of the Stanleys. They were good routers
in their day.

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