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I looked online at the Sears website, but unfortunately they don't have that info available. I'm looking for two sets of dimensions for the Sears 17543 - the width of the fixed base from the end of the handle to the end of the opposite handle, and how tall both the motor by itself is and the height of the fixed base is.

I have most of my free thinking time here at work, and my router is tucked away safely at home. I'd appreciate it.

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I looked online at the Sears website, but unfortunately they don't have that info available. I'm looking for two sets of dimensions for the Sears 17543 - the width of the fixed base from the end of the handle to the end of the opposite handle, and how tall both the motor by itself is and the height of the fixed base is.

I have most of my free thinking time here at work, and my router is tucked away safely at home. I'd appreciate it.


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