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First i think you need to start over, but it possible.
A pattern bit with double bearings top and bottom then replace the bottom bearing with a 1/16” smaller bearing. Lay a board acrossed the the cabinet to run the the top bearing on. Now the problem like Mike said your need a router to accept a 1/2” shank bit. Also that bit is Probably over $30
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a 1/16'' smaller bearing will only give a 32nd of an inch of cut...
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Thank you Mr. Stick. Amazon has that bit in stock!
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Thank you Mr. Stick. Amazon has that bit in stock!
what about the bearing???
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what about the bearing???
They have them at the big box store. When I get the bit I'll take it with me to the store so I can see everything.
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They have them at the big box store.
they do???
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That's what the kid told me who tried to sell me a set of bits.
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Don’t bet on it.
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That's what the kid told me who tried to sell me a set of bits.
seek out the Freud bearings...
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@Crossvine - you only need to remove a little over 1/16" on the bottom of each shelf. Rather than finding a bit, setting up a proper support for the router, I'd be tempted to use a ROS (random orbit sander) to remove some material. You don't have to go the full 2 inches on each shelf. Might be a lot easier, less costly.
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If you have plastic lids on the bottles sand them down. You're going to beat up the sides of your cabinet. Maybe try a cabinet scraper or just make a new cabinet. The cost of the wood would probably be less than the price of a new bit and bearings and you would get some satisfaction and experience doing it, plus you would have 2 spice racks, maybe gift the undersized one.
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