router ideas for bench dog

Any suggestions which router for the bench dog router table?
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get a router kit with both fixed and plunge bases;then you mount the fixed base in the table and use the plunge base for freehand.
Of course,for a router table that's likely to use large bits,a router with lots of HP would be best,and those don't come with dual bases,AFAIK.
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franz fripplfrappl wrote:

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On Mon, 28 Jan 2008 10:21:38 -0800, jJim McLaughlin wrote:

Thanks. Forgot about that newsgroup.
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Are you going to use a lift? If so, they easily fit the Porter Cable series. You can even buy them together at a good price. Check them out at www.routerbits.com
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