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hi everybody. i've bought a bench dog router table to install in my table saw. i'm thinking about adding a pro lift to go with it. does anyone have any comment pro or con? thanks, ombroligo
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I have the Pro Lift and am very happy I bought it.

Pros
Once you familiarize yourself to it, it speeds up your work processes immensely.
Above table bit changes, .001 adjustments with markers, heavy base plate deadens vibration, elevator lock easy to get at from under the table facilitating on the run adjustments. It comes with wrenches, and adapters for a couple 3 different router brands and models.

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It's not self cleaning, not motorized for template/plunge work, no depth stops for motorized template/plunge work. I can't change the bits by itself

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