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Today I received a #11 MUSCLECHUCK for my table mounted early version of the Triton TRA001. It is a magnificent example of precision engineering. Unfortunately I wont be able to put it through its paces for a little while yet, that is until my right shoulder is fully recovered from surgery. When it is, the very first thing that I will do is fit it to the router (a matter of a few seconds) followed by some heavy routing in hard wood. I shall of course follow this up with an honest review, keep watching! By the way this now means that all three of my 1/2" routers have MUSCLECHUCKS.
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Hey Harry!!!!! Is that an Imperial rule you have to show the difference?????????? What ever happened to metrics???????? Glad to hear your collection is now complete.




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Dave it has metric on the opposite side but being the nice guy that I am I wanted to make sure that ALL my American viewers understood.

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Dave it has metric on the opposite side but being the nice guy that I am I wanted to make sure that ALL my American viewers understood.
Bless you Harry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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How are your pens doing Dave, I received a new supply of refills today, let me know if you are in need.

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Thanks Harry. All the pens are just fine still. Mine is lying on my keyboard between the F keys and the row of numbers. Always there to remind me of me mate down under.
Give my love to your Angel (Marlene).




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