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Check out post #47 in this thread where I made a second guide to attach to an original OEM for one of my routers. I made it for making a groove down the length of a board where the second guide edge would prevent the router wandering away from the board.

The same idea would work to make your own guide edge, all you need are the metal rods to use for the rods that come on the OEM one. Those mild steel rods at the local hardware would work or maybe some drill rod from an industrial supply.

That thread it's in is a very good one with lots of tricks and tips in it.
I am anxious to check that out but haven't been able to locate it yet. I can't seem to find where the posts are numbered.
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@Cherryville Chuck In which thread? There's no link to another thread in your post and there are only 13 posts in this one. In which thread is #47?

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@Cherryville Chuck In which thread? There's no link to another thread in your post and there are only 13 posts in this one. In which thread is #47?

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Sorry about that. I do occasionally get wrapped up in making a comment and forget to post the link. This one: https://www.routerforums.com/tools-w...-corner-5.html

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