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    Woodpeck PRL

    Anybody have a PRL? Are they any good? Thinking about picking one up, now that they are clearance priced.

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    Bueller, Bueller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Anybody have a PRL? Are they any good? Thinking about picking one up, now that they are clearance priced.
    I do. So does Stu. Well made, solid, smooth adjustment in very small increments.
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    Thanks Rennie, I really think it would be a nice addition and the price really helps. Do you have the 1/16 or 1/32 adjustments?

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    Steve,

    Mine has 1/16. I adore it. If you can afford one, do it instantly!

    It doesn't prevent all my mistakes, but it reduces them by 90%, which is kind of miraculous...

    Thanks,

    Bill

    (ps. Just checked, mine's a URL (it fit my existing router): http://www.woodpeck.com/unilift.html
    Last edited by Bill Lantry; 11-05-2010 at 04:25 PM.

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    You're kidding, right? The amount of discussion around here on PRL's and you have to ask??? I have a PRL-v1 16TPI with a Milwaukee 5625. If either disappeared I would re-order in a heartbeat. I have been thinking about grabbing a spare PRL-v1 before they disappear.
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    OK, wassa PRL?
    I tried Googling and got below.
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    WoodPeckers Precision Router Lift, Version 1 is on sale for 199.

    They've come out with version 2.

    I'm tempted, but I don't really need it right now, so I'll make do with what's already in my router table. ()

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    nvm Brent answered my question. Thanks.

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    Woodpeck themselves. Just follow the link in my previous message.

    I'm tempted, but not gonna do it...

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