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I would think any carbide straight router bit should work. PVC is pretty easy to route. It is messy though because of static the chips stick to everything Here is a set at Home depot that is fairly reasonable. RYOBI Straight Router Bit Set (5-Piece)-A25RS51 - The Home Depot just watch your feed speed and depth of cut. You don't want to move to slow in plastics or it will melt. Try cutting some daddos in a scrap piece first if possible in order to get a feel for it.
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