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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-11-2007, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
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I wonder if anyone has used the router raizer? If so was it difficult to install ?

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Hi wbelknap

Yes I do, I didn't install it but I have taken it down to parts a time or two,,,
But I will say they work well it's on a 3 1/4 HP router (green one)

and no it's not hard to install,,, but this is just my two cents I would not go out a buy one for 80.oo bucks for a rod and some nuts,plastic parts

That's to say you can get a NEW router combo for a 100.oo the real down fall with them it nails the plunge router base..it can no longer be used that way..

Some of them cost as much as a high end router 300.oo ...bucks

Why just buy the milk when you can get the whole cow for about the same price...

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Yes, I use it on a Hitachi M12V and Veritas router table. The hardest part was drilling the hole through the steel table :-).
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I just installed one on my new Freud 31/4hp. It was a piece of cake!!!!! Works raelly well too!!! I paid like $60.00 for mine.
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I just installed one on my new Freud 31/4hp. It was a piece of cake!!!!! Works raelly well too!!! I paid like $60.00 for mine.
I'm thinking about putting on on my Freud 2200E also. Can you post any photos of yours or otherwise offer tips specific to the Freud?
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EZ to install on most 100 type kits. harder on some 200 kits.
Can't live without it

http://www.routertechnologies.com/fitpage.htm
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Very good link Router

Thanks

All that work to move the router bit up or down a 1" or less . LOL

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EZ to install on most 100 type kits. harder on some 200 kits.
Can't live without it

http://www.routertechnologies.com/fitpage.htm



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post #8 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-12-2007, 12:01 AM
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Extreme Precision my friend

Worth the few minutes it takes to install ( on some routers )and if you can get one for under 60, then it canít be beat
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So I did good grabbing mine at $39.999 eh!
Pray you right and it's fairly straight forward - Freud 2200 not listed but everyone says it's same hole pattern as 2000. Hope so.

Springs in or out? Hear both ways - opinion?
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Springs In!!!!!! Works great + still works as plunge router!
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