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Default Dewalt Plunge Router- Eagle America

I saw this Dewalt Plunge Router on the Eagle America site.

This is 1.25HP router with a 1/4" collet, 5 depth stops, all plus a FREE carrying bag for the LOW price of $ 210.00

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Best Sellers - 1-1/4 HP Compact Router with Plunge Base

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Is this the Bosch competition ?
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Neil, Amazon almost always has the best prices on routers and free shipping. By the way, Eagle America and MLCS are owned by the same people who have Penn State Industries turning supplies.

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Neil, Amazon almost always has the best prices on routers and free shipping. By the way, Eagle America and MLCS are owned by the same people who have Penn State Industries turning supplies.
Would that be the Levy brothers, Marvin and Ed? I didn't know Penn State goes back to 1936 when their dads started the company. It's always interesting to see which companies fall under the same corporate umbrella.
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Default Penn State Industries-Any relation to the School ?

Thanks for this information.

Does this have any relationship with the School Penn State. You know the one with Jerry Sandusky, and Joe Paterno ?

This may not be a good association, but the names are so close.



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Thanks for this information.

Does this have any relationship with the School Penn State. You know the one with Jerry Sandusky, and Joe Paterno ?
I'm assuming just a coincidence - the company was started in Philadelphia (HISTORY HERE); not sure if the co-founders had any relationship to the school, Penn State?

I've owned a Penn State dust collector & AFD for quite a while, and just replaced the filter & inside bag of the 'Air Filtration Device' w/ more efficient air cleaning; worth visiting their website - some excellent pricing.

BTW - bought that little DeWalt router kit from Amazon last year - only takes 1/4" bits but quite a handy intermediate size router between a trimmer & a more standard size - recommended. Dave
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