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    Been shopping .....Really good Grizz deal

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    Decide i am not going to put a lightweight in my new table on the table saw extensjon. So stepped up when Grizz put this puppy on sale at such a great price. Even paying shipping taxes brokerage i am still $70 lower than best price i can get the same router here before taxes.
    http://www.grizzly.com/products/3-1-2-HP-Router/H7022

    Now on to finding a Kreg lift at a decent price LV raised price $30 i aint biting at that price.



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    Is this the one that can be adjusted from the top of a router table ??
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    Yes Jay it can. But i am looking to put the motor in a lift. My experiences with above table adjustment to date via my pc unit have not been great. It works in a pinch but i am getting tired of fiddling.
    I did not buy this one for that feature i really only want the motor with variable speed. But they dont come cheap on their own.

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    Dang that is a really good price. The best I've seen elsewhere is cpomilwaukee at $239 reconditioned!

    Adding a real router table (instead of the 1/4HP pain in the neck I've been using) has been on the list for a while. Maybe its time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Yes Jay it can. But i am looking to put the motor in a lift. My experiences with above table adjustment to date via my pc unit have not been great. It works in a pinch but i am getting tired of fiddling.
    I did not buy this one for that feature i really only want the motor with variable speed. But they dont come cheap on their own.

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    so I saw the sander in the other thread, and this router, are you collecting tools again?
    ya know besides being pretty xmas ornaments, some of those tools actually function quite nice when it comes to woodworking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    so I saw the sander in the other thread, and this router, are you collecting tools again?
    ya know besides being pretty xmas ornaments, some of those tools actually function quite nice when it comes to woodworking.
    Ouch! That stings . Too bad we don't all have a crystal ball. Knowing what we are after and being ready when such a deal comes along can go a long way in saving some serious cash in this hobby. When Woodpecker blew out their PRL-v1 stock, I grabbed an extra for a song. Your steal on the router should take some sting out of the lift price though.

    Of course, using your tools as ornaments makes them last unusually long so as prices go up, you're ahead as your tools are still brand new .
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    IM waiting months for mlcs to get their power lift in stock so I can purchase one.
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    You're gonna love it. I put one in a used PRL I had just bought and find myself in RT heaven. That is a great price, less than what I paid almost 2 years ago.

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