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Tim Rockey

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  1. Sure, You betcha. Hope you like roadkill
  2. Thanks for the helpful advise. No problem with the donuts either. I shipped off 2 dozen mixed yesterday. Let me know when you get them Cheers, Tim
  3. Yup. Need to convert from 1/4 to 1/2". I'' look at the muscle chuck. Thanks, Tim
  4. Trying to save some money ....... I THINK. Is there a 1/2" collet and necessary accessories that will fit the B&D 11/4 hp, Type 1, CAT 7614 router(it still works great). I find no reference through parts lists, so that may be the answer. but woodworkers, like any other group of like minded folks usually find that way to adapt, improvise and overcome obstacles. OR, is it not worth the money to try adapting this old lunker. Regs, Tim

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