Bobj3--Thanks for the tip Bob but I have solved my Question. I bought a 17/64 brad bit from Lee Valley had to shorten it by 9/16, have it turned to 1/4 to fit router insert, then found the bit to long so had to put a 5/8 shim between router & base plate. This worked great. One thing though you have to plung quite slow or you get tearout on the top of project. Hope someone else might be able to use this info. Bye for now Doug Cole.
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