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Old 12-23-2011, 02:55 PM   #16
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I got my first router in exchange for doing some work---I've loved routers ever since.

They are a magic tool that turns plain into fancy---

I carry two cases filled with bits to every trim job---Those boxes make a guy look like a wizard to the customer---
How do you keep your bits separated Mike?

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Old 12-23-2011, 04:48 PM   #17
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Simple--the boxes are those under the pick-up truck seat boxes (about the size of a saws all case)

I just cut several 3/4" oak boards to cover the bottom of the boxes--drilled a bunch of holes 9/16"

Added some thick foam rubber to the inside of the lid---done---

Bits into the holes--foam keeps them there--there is enough room for a guide--trammel--wrenches--

The box looked pretty big and empty when I made it--now there are two---Mike---

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