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My name is Raewyn, I live in New Zealand. I am very keen to learn a lot about woodworking. I have just bought a porter cable 7518 and am looking at which router lift I should get to go in the router table I am currently building. I am so far thinking of getting the Jessem Mast-R-lift ii. I had been thinking of getting the Benchdog one but saw a lot of negative comments on the downgraded version of the older cast iron one. Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks
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I have the master lift Ii and I love it. The only criticism I have is the hole for the lift crank fills with sawdust and is a bear to clean out. I wish it had a little plastic cavp or something.
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Thanks for that. Something to look out for I guess.
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I am having a great day, thanks.
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Thanks James. Looking forward to learning quite a bit.
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