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5/16" - 1 1/4" MATERIAL THICKNESS
1 3/8" LARGE DIAMETER
5/16". FINGER DEPTH
3 1/4" OVERALL LENGTH
1/2" SHANK

I purchased this router bit to make finger joints on the corners of small decorative boxes, however, this bit is not designed for that application. I made 2 test cuts and realized that fact.
This bit is designed to cut finger joints on the ends or edges of two boards, to make them longer or wider.
This bit is very sharp and makes very precise and accurate joints.

This bit sells for $126, but I have found it on sale for $100 plus shipping.
The only comparable bit is the Freud 99-037 which sells for $100 plus shipping, but it could probably also be found on sale.

As good as Freud bits are, I prefer Whiteside, because i always get better results from Whiteside bits.

I have absolutely no use or need for this bit, and They will not take a return because I made 2 test cuts.

Almost Brand Nee Bit (2 test cuts) - $80



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Jim it seems you remembered how to login with your original user name. Would you like to keep the old one and have Admin eliminate the new one or vice versa?

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