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Lalis; welcome!
'How to get some' ...the age old question, eh?

Oh, router bits! I think you need to be a little more specific, like what brand?
A catalogue number is pretty useless as places like Lee Valley apply their own catalogue number to their stock, not the original manufacturers'.
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"I need a Craftsman dovetail router bit number 9-26319 to make 1/4 inch dovetail joints. This number is specified on the box of the Router Dovetail Joint Templat Kit that I purchased last year. A 1/4 inch dovetail bit is no longer available from Sears. Where can I find an equivalent bit? What was the angle? Anybody out there that can help me?"

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Craftsman dovetail router bit number 9-26319 to make 1/4 inch dovetail joints.

This number is specified on the box of the Router Dovetail Joint Template Kit,no longer available from Sears.


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Did anyone ever find a substitute for the Craftsman Router bit 26319 (1/4" dovetail, with 1/4" shaft)?
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Did anyone ever find a substitute for the Craftsman Router bit 26319 (1/4" dovetail, with 1/4" shaft)?

This set might contain that bit...but check first if you're going to need it...

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Hi Mashenden and welcome. Most of the better makers list schematics of their bits on their websites. If you know the specifications for the Craftsman bit you should be able to match one of theirs to it. Main issue is the slope of the dovetail in degrees and then the diameter. Here`s a link to Freud`s offerings: https://freudtools.com/explore/route...inery/dovetail

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Hi Mashenden and welcome. Most of the better makers list schematics of their bits on their websites. If you know the specifications for the Craftsman bit you should be able to match one of theirs to it. Main issue is the slope of the dovetail in degrees and then the diameter...
Thank you for responding. Unfortunately all I know is that 1) the 26319 bit is defined in the manual as needed to make 1/4" dovetails (my jig is the Craftsman 315.25790), 2) this bit is no longer made by Craftsman, and 3) it is a 1/4" diameter cut and 1/4" shank. Not sure on the angle.

I am going to give the Freud 22-100 a try. It has a 7.5 degree angle.
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This set might contain that bit...but check first if you're going to need it...
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Sorry...forgot to paste in the link...

https://www.amazon.com/Craftsman-Car.../dp/B00HRKFDJE

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