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20" WoodRiver Router Bit Storage Rack EXPIRED

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Woodcraft has 20" WoodRiver Router Bit Storage Rack (YRR-21W) for $9.99. Shipping is free w/ promo code SAWDUST.

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Features:
  • Mount to wall or most router table stands to store a multitude of router bits and accessories
  • Steel rack is 21" long and 2-1/2" deep with hang holes on 19-5/8" and 16" centers
  • (29) holes for 1/2" shank router bits and (14) holes for 1/4" shank router bits
  • (6) 1-1/4" wide slots for router collet wrenches
  • (4) slide openings for PC-style template guide bushings

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    • With our handy WoodRiver® Router Bit and Accessories Storage Rack, you can store your router bits and vital accessories on the wall or fitted to your router table stand for increased efficiency. Rack holds several router bits, as well as collet wrenches and template guide bushings.
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Buying one of these to store router bits and offset wrenches on my router table. Free shipping with code SAWDUST.

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...orage-rack
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just take a piece of wood, and drill 10 holes, is that really worth 10 usd?
Or leave them in the individual protective cases they came in.
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Free shipping with code SAWDUST
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Free shipping with code SAWDUST
Thank you much for the code. It worked!! Smilie
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In for one. Thanks
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just take a piece of wood, and drill 10 holes, is that really worth 10 usd?
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just take a piece of wood, and drill 10 holes, is that really worth 10 usd?
Or leave them in the individual protective cases they came in.
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$9.99 is a good price on this router bit storage rack. This one is larger and holds more than the Rockler rack. Don't forget to use coupon code SAWDUST for free shipping. It is the deal of the day so don't wait if you are on the fence.

[url]https://www.woodcraft.com/products/20-router-bit-storage-rack?sku=]
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Or leave them in the individual protective cases they came in.
Unless you have a lot of bits and it's hard to see what bits you have when they are in the protective cases.

I'd rather attach this to my router table than a piece of wood with x holes drilled in it.
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For those looking for a general purpose version, they have this red plastic one for $8.49:
https://www.woodcraft.com/products/red-tool-rack​ [woodcraft.com]

The "sawdust" promo code works too.
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just take a piece of wood, and drill 10 holes, is that really worth 10 usd?
Well, I drilled 100 holes, but it was certainly easy enough.
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$25 hell no. $10 why not
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just take a piece of wood, and drill 10 holes, is that really worth 10 usd?
Sounds like a project for a woodworker. bulb
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Here in Florida...

This Tool = R.I.P. Router Bits

Now... if you get the timing right, you can turn any ½" shank, into a ⅜", or ¼" shank. If you can live long enough, you could even turn it into one of those crazy CNC'rs ⅛" bits (YMMV).

All jokes aside, if you want to take care of your bits, keep them in a case.

I can't imagine anyone NOT storing their bits, except for people that just bought the 20pc bit set box for $30 on amazon.

I have 72 bits that are too expensive to not store in nice case (with Zerust tabs scattered about). That case cost me $30 to build. The 72 bits inside cost... well... far more than the case. I also have over 100 bits that arent very costly, or rarely used that I keep in a sealed box.

It's really easy to make a case, and divider system. You can even do it with just a router. But for the love of all those who sacrificed their fingers before us... don't use this for router bits.

Your bits (should) deserve better...

YOU deserve better. Lol
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