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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-21-2015, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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$350 obo, plus shipping (local pickup preferred). I inherited a ton of my step-dad's tools, and this is simply one that someone should make better use of than I ever will. It comes with everything seen in the photos, including a foot switch for the router. They don't sell the steel plate top any longer. Not sure how much it would cost to ship this entire system, but I would estimate 100 with the steel. The steel shop stand it's sitting on is not included, but the Baltic birch table is included. Two of the four rubber bumpers on the bottom of the table got knocked off, but could easily be put back on with a couple of washers.
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The new owner of this system can be sure they got the BEST of all RT systems. I bought mine 8 yrs. ago, used, complete, for $500.00 CDN. I put a Triton TRA001 under this table. BEST decisions I ever made. Mot convenient system I've seen and used. So sad that the table top is no longer available new.

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I have one too Reg. The one consolation is that we will never in our lifetimes have to worry about replacing them because they got damaged or worn out.
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Stampede in Tool Dept!

CO...that's Colorado, right? Stick's on his way...
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CO...that's Colorado, right? Stick's on his way...
Huh????.....

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Reg, "best" is a relative term. I really don't think there is one "best router table."

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I just thought you'd want to grab it, Stick, it's right in your front yard!
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grab what????...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
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"grab what????..."

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