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Router or the router bits?

The piece of carbide probably wasn't going even 118 mph. In less it hit your eye, it would be a bandaid injury.
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[QUOTE=OnealWoodworking;747970]

I tried the O-rings and those allow slop if the bushing does not 'fit' the base perfectly so it can't move around any.

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I had the same experience with o the 'O' rings. Finally picked up a couple of these and they work great.
http://www.eagleamerica.com/product/...afety_supplies

Not the only supplier also MLCS, Peachtree and probably Rockler. Price is pretty constant.

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[QUOTE=jschaben;748713][QUOTE=OnealWoodworking;747970]

I tried the O-rings and those allow slop if the bushing does not 'fit' the base perfectly so it can't move around any.

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I had the same experience with o the 'O' rings. Finally picked up a couple of these and they work great.
http://www.eagleamerica.com/product/...afety_supplies

Not the only supplier also MLCS, Peachtree and probably Rockler. Price is pretty constant.
Appreciate the tip and experience there brother! Added that site to my 'tool favorites folder'.

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