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I would like to replace rotting window trim pieces with Azek PVC. I would like to duplicate the molding profile. I have seen brick molding router bits but don't really want to buy a bit for such a small project. Any suggestions on how to do it with common bits?
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Jim I did some picture frames a while back and Ifound that most of it could be done with ball nose bits. I also had built a horizontal router setup and it helped immensely since I could rout across the face at will while the back sat firmly on the table. You can take almost any profile and break it down into it's individual components.

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so why not buy brick molding made from Azek...
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