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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-01-2010, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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Question Plunge router for table work

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I want to mount a plunge router into a table insert but my concern is making adjustments due to the pressure of the springs. Do the springs get removed to make it easier or do you just put up with it.

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It will be much easier if you remove the springs. Just keep them in a safe place for the next time you need to use the router in a hand held plunge mode.

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Thanks Deb,

thought as much. Well done on the olympics
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Hey Canuck! Really tickled to see how Canada came out of the Olympics. Lots of fun. Sorry my boys didn't win the hockey gold but hey! ya can't have it all and it was a GREAT game.
And it all happened in one of my favorite places.......Vancouver/Victoria!!

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A US first grade teacher explained to her class that she is an American. She asked her students to raise their hands if they are American too.
Not really knowing why but wanting to be like their teacher, their hands went up.There is, however, one exception. A girl named Kristen has not gone along with the class.
The teacher asked her why she has decided to be different. "Because I am not an American."
"Then", asks the teacher, "What are you?".
"I'm a proud Canadian," boasted the little girl.
The teacher asked Kristen why she is a Canadian.
"Well, my mom and dad are Canadians, so I'm a Canadian too.
"The teacher replied," Well, you could have been born in the US!" she said loudly. Not using good logic the teacher said , "What if your mom was not a good hockey player, and your dad was not a good hockey player? Would that mean that you are not a good hockey player too?"
A pause, and a smile. Kristen replied, "Nope! That'd mean I'm an American!"

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Steve they made me very proud indeed!
Birch glad you are back, and change is sometimes good
HAHAHA Harry.. Good one!

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