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Router Raiser!

I just got it installed over the weekend on my Hitachi M12. I have had it for 4 years or so and had not installed it. I don't know what I was waiting for but it was very stupid on my part. This thing is awesome! I am sure there are others out there also but I definately like this one!
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...like Christmas all over again...two for the price of one...

Good luck with it...
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I really like mine. I also have a Jessem and like it too, it has the side winder crank on it with a table top mounted dial. The Router Raiser has the key crank on the top and a sort of dial with large marks , but sometimes the feather boards cover the hole, just a minor inconvenience.
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I really like mine. I also have a Jessem and like it too, it has the side winder crank on it with a table top mounted dial. The Router Raiser has the key crank on the top and a sort of dial with large marks , but sometimes the feather boards cover the hole, just a minor inconvenience.
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Geeze, Herb. Who uses feather boards any way? That's why we have fingers...for now.
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Heh,HEh,
Still have all of mine too, not bragging ,just saying.

Speaking of feather boards, Here is the old way, and the new way.
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Herb, is that the push stick that bit you?
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Herb, is that the push stick that bit you?
Yup, it sure is. Sure miss that ole stick in some ways.
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Yup, it sure is. Sure miss that ole stick in some ways.
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Mine is gone too, along with one from another TS that I saved when I got my Bosch.
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