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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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I am looking for a router lift that will work with a Ryobi RE600. Also, The guide posts bind at times binds when trying to raise or lower. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I am an intermediate woodworker always willing to learn. I build custom furniture for people an for our family as well. If been a woodworker for approximately 15 years.
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Hello Mark, welcome to the RouterForums. Happy to have you join us.
Where about in Ohio are you?




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I am located in New Bremen, which is between Dayton and Lima. If you have heard of the Minster October Fest, I am just 3 miles Noth of Minster.

I am currently unemployed and looking into going back to school. I have an Associate degree in tool and die designing, but have working in the mechanical engineering field as well as progressive die designing. I am thinking of going into a different field getting out of engineering.

Where are you located?
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Mark, I'm about 50 mile due south of New Bremen. 12 due west of Dayton.




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