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Here's my old router table that I don't use anymore. I used this router table when I had to mold a decorative edge on wooden signs and also to build the bookstand similar to the one that Bob and Rick made. If anyone is interested, let me know. I can sell the whole table or just the table top. The table top accepts the 11 inch base plate that Oak-Park sells and the vacuum manifold of the Vacu-Plate System. Perfect table for a beginner or just to have an extra one. It's lightweight for portability and sturdy. The table was actually a tool stand that was converted into a router table. I must admit that the table is the height of standard sized saw horses but can be modified by just using the table top and adding longer legs if needed. Take care!
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How much and will you ship???
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Pricing? Shipping?
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Sorry guys, I didn't know that there was a reply to this message. Yes, I can ship it, but I'll have to find out how much it will cost to ship. I'm still not sure how much I should sell it for. Keep in mind that the table was taken apart and will have to be put back together. I still have the instructions on putting it together. If interested let me know. Also let me know how much you are willing to pay for it. Include the shipping on top of that. The table probably weighs about 15 pounds (that's just a guess). I'm wondering what would be an easy way to find out the shipping cost. I guess I'll just have to box it up first and get it weighed to find out. Anyway...Thanks guys! Take care.

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Did you sell it yet if not. How much are you asking for it.
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Nope I didn't sell it yet. Hmmm... I don't even know how much to sell for... I'm not in a rush to sell it or anything but if someone wants to buy it, I'll sell it.

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Well I'm interested so how much please include the shipping on the price. Will the opening be good for a PC 690 base plate for a regular router table you know the square plate that you buy seperate. I'm interested in the whole thing. If the price is right. Thanks

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Well I'm interested so how much please include the shipping on the price. Will the opening be good for a PC 690 base plate for a regular router table you know the square plate that you buy seperate. Thanks
Yes, the opening will be good for a PC 690 base plate. Glenmore, check your Private Messages. Later...

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