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@ $156 that is not a bad price. $199 at the local big box store.
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@ $156 that is not a bad price. $199 at the local big box store.
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That is not a bad price. I have 2 of them and like them a lot. I keep dedicated bits in them and at that price I am considering buying another. It's sure easy to spend a lot on out woodworking toys

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That is not a bad price. I have 2 of them and like them a lot. I keep dedicated bits in them and at that price I am considering buying another. It's sure easy to spend a lot on out woodworking toys
Yes sir. I bought that combo last year when it was on sale. Didn't really need it, but I have come to like it a lot. Mainly because it is smaller and lighter which means it is also easier to handle. The fixed base is attached to a flush trim jig. I have been using the plunge base for dadoes.

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Have a Colt, but if I had it to do over again, I'd jump on this deal. Really nice machine.
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