36" is pushing it a bit Richard. An alternative approach would be to make a sub-base with a block, preferably made from metal but hard wood could be OK, in each corner. This way 5/8" rods could be used. My Triton is permanently under the table. A problem apart from sag with long ski rods is that having your arms stretched so wide, considering that the skis are operated by the ski ends NOT the router itself because doing so, varying pressure will cause uneven thickness. Please let us have some photos. of your completed skis.
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Last edited by harrysin; 09-03-2016 at 08:40 AM.