Line it up and go.

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If you've ever put off building a project because it called for extra-long or tough-to-do dadoes, wait no longer. Instead, let our router straightedge come to your rescue. With it, you eaily can rout one or a dozen dadoes, stopped or not. Edge-joining with your router also becomes a snap.

Note: The finished width of the base (A) will depend on the size of the plastic subbase of your router and the size of the striaght bit you use. We cut our base extra wide, then trimmed it to finished width later with a 34 " striaght bit.

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