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I am searching for a recent post on using a router and shop built jig to level multi section slabs. Not knowing the exact forum this appeared in, and as a more generic question for searching, what process is recommended if searching for specific information within the Router Forum forum's. Any help appreciated. Thanks Ed
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I believe you thinking of router skis
Look here this is a thread on building and using skis
http://www.routerforums.com/jigs-fix...uter-skis.html

Building a sled

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Hi Ed and welcome. If it was something especially large then it may have been about building a sled instead which can span a greater distance but has far less flexibility. You can put either word into our Community Search engine towards the top of the page. Any thread with that word in it will come up.

If you can remember who started the thread or who posted in the thread then you can click on that person's user name and click on their Personal Profile and you'll go to that page. Once there look for a menu bar with Statistics on it and click on it. You'll see a choice to search every post that person has made or every thread that they started which is always a much shorter list.

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I'm pretty sure the most recent post was by MT Stringer.
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Thanks to all who responded. Info sure helped me. Both the sled and ski info are what I was searching for; and the generic question was answered as well. Thanks again and Happy New Year to all. Ed
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Welcome to the forum, Ed! Hopefully you'll stick around and join in with us, post some photos of your projects, etc.

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