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Need router for table sears 25479 what new routers fit this table

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  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Hi, My hbt255l table saw has a mounting point for a router. How do you install the RE-1200K router?

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Hi, my Ryobi HBT255L table saw has a mounting point for a router. How would I install my RE-1200K router? Thanks

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Hi there. You will find that all of the non-plunging routers will fit. I recommend that you buy the most powerful one you can find for the money you want to spend and one that has a 1/2 inch collet, or ideally both 1/2 and 1/4 inch collets. Enjoy your new router.

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Hello I have a ryobi router table ART3 what router will fit this table the manual say's a ryobi 163 but I live in Australia and can't even find a second hand one , their are plenty in America but they are...


If its not and adjustable table and you can't find one, modify the mount to fit yours.Most of the time all you will need to do is drill 4 holes in the top of the base to match your router base. Easiest way to set it up is to remove the router base from your unit and use the holes as a template to drill the holes.

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Brenda, They are just saying that if the router is too big, it won't fit. The sub-base is the plastic, usually black, disc on the bottom of the router. This disc is about 6 inches in diameter and about 3/16 inches thick. It is usually held onto the base of the router with three screws. The base is the big aluminum piece about the size of half a loaf of bread that has the handles and into which the router main part (the motor) slides into. For most router tables, you mount a router base (with the sub-base removed) to the underside of the table with screws. The router table becomes a giant upside-down sub-base. If your base fits, and the screw holes line up, you are good to go. However, it is very helpful to have an extra router base (without handles) to leave permanently attached to your router table so that you can easily swap the router between the table and normal use. Good luck!

Jan 13, 2013 | Saws

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How to attach a skil router to a craftsman router table


I have done exactly the same thing. Craftsman Router table and Skil Router.

The problem seems to be the plastic foot plate on the router is bigger than the circular frame on the bottom of the Craftsman router table. On my Foot Plate, the holes seem to match up OK.

What I am going to do is take the plastic Foot Plate and router the edge down about 1/8 inch to make it fit in the frame. I have several Foot plates, so this is not a problem to reduce the size of one.

I purchased all of these items at different times from a 2nd hand store and thought (naively) that they should all be some standard to make them all fit. Seems like at least Craftsman has their own set of standards to make things difficult.

I will update this to let you know how it goes.

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Mounting the router under the table - what is the procedure and how does it work for a different brand of router i.e. Portercable?


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Your insert plate should have holes to screw the base plate of your router to it. Do you have an insert plate? It's a must. The plate also has leveling screws at the corner so you can have it completely flush with your table top. Most plates fit the most popular routers, like Porter Cable. If your's does not fit, You can drill new holes into it without compromising its integrity.
Most woodworking sites carry different kinds of insert plates. You might also consider a router lift. I have one and consider it indispensable.

Hope this helps, if it does, please place a vote for me. Thanks,

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I have an old router Sears 315.17400 with 1/4 inch bits but no collet, nut, or manual. I'd like to get this working as it is mounted on my new router table and I would like to use my new one as a plunge...


have you tried sears for the collet and nut, should be able to get it there , on on line from there., As far as manual, what questions did you have., I can help.

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