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06-12-2012 11:57 AM
bosox hi, I'm from Boston..too bad celts didn't win the eastern conference finals..but I hope router can give me winning advices.
06-12-2012 08:33 AM
yamahog700 I also have to work within my budget,I'm disabled and fixed.income,that's why I was.looking.at harbor freight routers.can get some what good router,light weight and good price"with 20% off cupon
06-11-2012 10:28 AM
yamahog700 was wondering,I have the lil welder from there but I dont weld much or often and when I do its just a few lil tacks or so...I have been looking on craigslist too...I'm also looking at a used shop,well they buy a lil of everything and I kinda hid a Ryobi router behind some other stuff its like 40 used....
06-08-2012 10:55 AM
Mike Rick, do yourself a big favor and pass on the HF router. You can buy a Craftsman combo kit for $100 or less and have a decent tool with good features.
06-08-2012 08:45 AM
mgmine Nothing against HF but I would stay away from them as far as power tools go at least some power tools. If you think that you want to do some serious routing then you would be better off buying a used brand name one than buying a cheap new one at HF. Check out Craigs list in your area. Around me the come up every week.
06-07-2012 08:02 PM
yamahog700
newbie sayn hi

New to the forum and looking forward to learning as much as I can...Haven't started yet but soon, looking at a harbor freight router,2hp. looks light weight which is what I want...I'm a tattoo artist and want to bring some of that flare to wood...I am disabled,back,so I got plenty of time on my hands lol

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