On Tue, 27 Nov 2007 09:04:53 -0800 (PST), Jeff wrote:
I went ahead and bought it. He threw in a five router bit set in a little
Dewalt box and there was a 1/4 rabbeting bit in the machine. He said he
only used it once. It really is brand new. A warranty would be nice, but
this router should do some work for a while. It really is a snap moving the
motor unit from fixed base to plunge base, but the plunger itself could be
a little smoother. I think it's lack of use. The manual says not to use
lubricants because that will attract dust, but I might wipe just a molecule
of grease on it with rag.
FYI, I need a new one because my 7 year old 2 hp Craftsman is not keeping
its exact depth on a fixed base when I use it. This is very frustrating, so
I'm going to sell it for whatever I can get.
Ah yes, the ARHA feature.... Mine has that as well.
There is one way to fix that, and the nice thing is, when you're done, you
also have a boat anchor.
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