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guys i think its time i sell all my woodworking stuff, i currently own a B&D plunge router, Skil router table and Skil router bits and craftsman router, i think i will keep the new bits as they were a gift, and i will keep the router since it was my grandpa's who passed away.

I think i am ready for better equiptment indeed, i dont care for the metal router table. i would like to get a set-up like Bob And Rick's maybe i will get a PC router too? dont know but im done with the cheap stuff.
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I'm happy to see that you have come into heaps of money Young Jeff.

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yeah i cant wate, i Really need a new shop more than ANYTHING its real old, the roof is bowed inwards so it leaks rite in the middle and the floor is dirt. So im not too sure yet.
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It sounds like you may need to spend your money on a new structure, before you invest in expensive tools.
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i think i will do both, take like 200 bucks and build a new roof then mount that to the existing structure, then later when i turn 18 i can get a better job and get paid more then build the new structure.
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