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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-13-2009, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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Good morning all
i am semi-retired gen.mgr, of several small compainies in the triad n.c. I am an ex-cop of 18 years prior to being the g.m.
I have a router(at least that is what i thinkit is?)lol.
That belonged to my father,,,,,,,it is a very old one, and very,very heavy......i have a bunch of the router cutters with it,,,,,,i have been unable to find out anything about it,,,,,i checked with craftsman for a info or a booklet on it,,,,,,,,they said it was to old. That they would not have anything on it,
i was wondering if any of you may know about it,,,,,,,,,if so. Please email ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i am in process of setting up my workshop, but do not have room or knowledge for this router,,,,,,,thanks to all and have great day.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-13-2009, 10:05 AM
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Hi John,

Can't help you with your question, but did want to welcome you to the forum.
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Greetings John and welcome to the router forum.

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Welcome aboard John. I am a retired police officer myself. We tend to be frogal because we figure we might have to live on half our salary if we are lucky. But if the router is that old I would not feel safe hocking it to electricty.
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Does it look like this?

OWWM - Photo Index - Craftsman - 1/2" Spindle Shaper Model 113.23940

If so, this manual might be 'close'.

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Welcome to the RouterForums John.

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