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Somewhere I "think" I saw a % off on MuscleChuck's for Forum members.. As of now I haven't a clue. Must have been before of after the Black Jack.
Is anyone willing to confirm or deny my sobriety with an answer?

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Bob, you will find the discount link here:

http://www.routerforums.com/general-...tml#post339840

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Mike, Thanks a lot, real rapid service.
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You're in for a treat Bob, the sheer joy of using it will last for years after the pain of the cost is long forgotten!
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Harry, It's a super treat. It comes with a BOSCH 1617EVSPK. "57th Anniversary" That's where the pain part comes in as pay backs are necessary. I can almost taste the joy from all the posts and info (STICK comes to mind) I've read here about the combo. It will leave my RYOBI 600 in the dust even though it has served me well.
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Harry, It's a super treat. It comes with a BOSCH 1617EVSPK. "57th Anniversary" That's where the pain part comes in as pay backs are necessary. I can almost taste the joy from all the posts and info (STICK comes to mind) I've read here about the combo. It will leave my RYOBI 600 in the dust even though it has served me well.
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What can I say? A big heavy single speed against a lighter hand/table do it all. What's your winner?
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More routers is always a good thing.
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What can I say? A big heavy single speed against a lighter hand/table do it all. What's your winner?
I also have a Ryobi 600, one The Walt, 3 Craftsman, and one hand held Bosch. Reading threads in this forum I understand that the winner is Bosch.
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More routers is always a good thing.
You can never have enough routers.

I started off with 1 (because that is the machine thingie that you do edges for tables and stuff for) when I got back into the DIY/Woodwork 20 years after leaving school. back then we did everything by hand with manual tools.

then a friend showed me that it is actually an item that you can remove a lot of wood with quickly (amongst other things)

then (because the internet is your friend) I realised that you can actually remove a lot of wood very quickly, but still restrict it from taking wood away that you want to leave behind. (like making joints)

then I got the second one, the 3rd one, etc

(I think there must be a nest close by)
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