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Hi All,

I am in planning to make a craft table for my wife and I need to make the dovetail joins using the 1/2" router bit.

I am an novice woodworking and I have a problem. I bought a craftsman plunge router combo and I have lost the 1/2" collete assembly.

I checked and Sears and it is not available?

What do i do?


Any help is appreciated
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Hi Subramani

I would say make one more call and get hold of someone that can get it for you... not all the pencils are sharp in the box, so they say...
But do give them the part number from your user guide manual, the 1/2" collet, they do like numbers alot...

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Hi All,

I am in planning to make a craft table for my wife and I need to make the dovetail joins using the 1/2" router bit.

I am an novice woodworking and I have a problem. I bought a craftsman plunge router combo and I have lost the 1/2" collete assembly.

I checked and Sears and it is not available?

What do i do?


Any help is appreciated



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