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I need a good router to use on a dovetail jig or other freehand tasks. My good router is in the table, and is a hassle to get out.
I can't find this router on any website, and I don't know if it is a good deal.
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I'm not aware of any problems with that router but, for free-hand use, I'd be looking for one with a plunge base. It's much more flexible.

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Hi Dave

I would suggest you pass on that one..put 30.oo more bucks with your money and pick up one for 100.oo new in the box..combo kit I'm sure you will be glad you did


http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...2&blockType=G2

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I need a good router to use on a dovetail jig or other freehand tasks. My good router is in the table, and is a hassle to get out.
I can't find this router on any website, and I don't know if it is a good deal.
Thanks,
Dave

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try dewalt "DW610"

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Hi Dave

I would suggest you pass on that one..put 30.oo more bucks with your money and pick up one for 100.oo new in the box..combo kit I'm sure you will be glad you did


http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...2&blockType=G2

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i will agree with bobj3 i got same router and it is working well for me
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