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    Winners - 2 Sidewinder Router Lifts

    FreeStuff Winners October 26th, 2010 - See Post #344 for the names of the winners.
    Woodpeckers SW350 - Sidewinder Router Lift For 3.5" Diameter Motor

    Justin from Woodpeckers, Inc and Tom Walz of Carbide Processors, Inc have teamed up to offer this great prize, actually two great prizes that are bound to make two of you very happy.

    Two of these router lifts have been donated so we will draw two winners names on October 26th, 2010.

    The SW350 fits all smaller 3-1/2” diameter motors without needing any adapters. This group includes but is not limited to the Porter-Cable 690/890 series motors, DeWalt 618, Bosch 1617/1618 and Craftsman models 17542, 17540, 28190.

    The latest and greatest in patented router lift technology is the basis of the new Woodpeckers Side Winder Router Lift. This state-of-the-art router lift combines Woodpeckers' patented quick lift design with a side crank assembly for fine adjustment. Now you can raise your router bit above the table in seconds with just a turn of the lift wrench, change router bits, lower it to an approximate position and fine tune with the side crank to a resolution of .001” per scale increment or 1/32" per rotation.

    The lift itself fits into most standard 9-1/4 x 11-3/4 by 3/8 deep openings and is clamped in from underneath. The side crank assembly attaches to the side of the router table stand or cabinet.

    Sidewinder Router Lift

    Woodpeckers Inc.

    SawMill Creek Contributors and Friends of The Creek are eligible for this drawing by posting in this thread.
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    Last edited by Jackie Outten; 10-26-2010 at 7:18 PM.

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    I'm In

    I'd like to try one.
    Bob

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    Count me in, please and thank you!

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    Is this what you do to register? Just say count me in?

    If so, Count me in!

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    I wouldn't mind upgrading my current Woodpeckers router table. I'm in.
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    Mark Patoka
    Stafford, VA
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    Count me in. WOW very generous!!!

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    Thanks..... and count me in.
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    Many thanks! I'm in!

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    sidewinder Drawing

    Please count me in.

    Thanks,
    G.L.

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    I've been debating buying one, would make it an easier decision if I won one

    mark

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    Count me in please.

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  12. Count me in please

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    Please add my name. Thanks!

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    Pick me1

    count me in

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    Pleas include me in the drawing.

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