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I said hello in 2011, so hello again.
I'm building a tilt router lift after Mathias Wandell's design. I have an AEG MF 1400 KE for it. Can anybody tell me if a Type 7 Musclechuck is the correct one for this machine, Musclechuck don't seem to be answering my emails. The AEG I think s the same as a Rigid R29302.

Long time between posts.

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Hi Robin, welcome back. Like you, I returned after a long silence, albeit under a new username. I don't know about Musclechuck (must investigate) but was interested to learn that Ridgid and AEG are associated. I have an AEG router (RT 1350 E) and had no idea it was related to the Ridgid products we hear about from our American friends.
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I talk to John Rosa today at Musclechuck he say that if the numbers on the the nut and collet and spindle of your router match the Rigid R29302 number 7 will work.
If you go online to ereplacemnt parts you can find the the numbers for the different rigid routers and match them to your router. Also do not forget to order collet sleeves for your bits metric or whatever you’re using . ( as for not getting back to you he has been in the hospital just got out)
 

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I talk to John Rosa today at Musclechuck he say that if the numbers on the the nut and collet and spindle of your router match the Rigid R29302 number 7 will work.
If you go online to ereplacemnt parts you can find the the numbers for the different rigid routers and match them to your router. Also do not forget to order collet sleeves for your bits metric or whatever you’re using . ( as for not getting back to you he has been in the hospital just got out)
Thanks John, that's a great help, I shall follow it up.
 

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Hi Robin, welcome back. Like you, I returned after a long silence, albeit under a new username. I don't know about Musclechuck (must investigate) but was interested to learn that Ridgid and AEG are associated. I have an AEG router (RT 1350 E) and had no idea it was related to the Ridgid products we hear about from our American friends.
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Hi Keith, I assume or deduce that the routers are similar from observation on the net. We don't have Rigid products in the country and the AEG router in question, I think is a bit of an orphan and I haven't seen any others of the type in this country.
 
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