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Finally finished my saw horse router table replacement. Took a chance on the butcher block top (material cost probably a wash, and no glue-up needed ... not regretting it yet (Maybe should have went with a darker stain on the top to hide any scuff marks). I installed plate levelers in case I need them in the future, but for now everything is nice and flush so I have them backed off. Have enough storage in one place now I don't have to go to 3 different locations in the shop for router stuff. I'm still retooling the fence but will be reusing most of it. (old length:48, new table 50x24). The bit storage trays are side by side and come out from either side. Firs time for making and installing drawers.- the came out ok, but I did learn alot. Had enough material left over, I built a storage cabinet for the saw.
 

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