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Re: My new pump(work in progress) [Re: Mike618b] #301930
Thu Feb 02 2012 07:52 AM
Thu Feb 02 2012 07:52 AM
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Thanks! I looked up "how to use a router" on youtube and it seems like a tool "you cant be without" hehe..

Another question. Is the spreader bars necessary since you have rabbit joints and the blocks on the bottom and the top? You see am going to build a wayne 70 or 71 cabinet and dont want alot of visible mounting "things" on the inside or the outside of the cabinet.

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Re: My new pump(work in progress) [Re: JohnChr] #302185
Fri Feb 03 2012 08:51 AM
Fri Feb 03 2012 08:51 AM
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You could get away without spreaders no problem. I use them because they hold everything together, which makes it way easier to assemble to the base and align everything later in the project, but again, no they are not necessary. If you are going to buy a router, be sure to do your research. Don't be tempted by the $40 special at Home Depot, as they are junk. I recommend the Bosch dual base. It's a great router for the money.

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