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How Can I Identify A Router Bit

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I have 2 Yellow Router Bits that came from the Delta Outlet in Pigeon Forge, TN. that I need to identify the size and whether they are Round Nose Bits or Core-Box Bits. One Bit has 13002 on it and the other has 13003 on it. My son-in-law also bought me a 5 Bit Set at the same place but there is no name on them as well and they also are yellow bits in sizes 5/16" Straight, 9/16" Straight, 1/2"x 1" Flush Trim, R1/4" Round Nose Bit & 5/8" 90 Degree "V" Grooving Bit. Can anyone tell me what size the 2 are that has the numbers on them of 13002 & 13003?

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PeacefulEagle

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As far as your specific bit go I couldn't find anything on a search with those numbers. Many manufacturers have all their bits listed on their sites like Freud and Eagle America. On these sites there are pictures of the different bits along with how they are measured. I hope this helps and welcome aboard.

Nate

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