Question about Garden
This was posted under chainsaws. If you are asking about a router bit, I have found that taking the collet out with the bit still in it and putting it in a vise. Tap from the bottom with something and it should come out. Be sure to have something underneath to catch the bit. I have done this and had the bit fall and break on the floor...
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Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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