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My Makita router arrived with a couple of template guide bushes of different sizes. The size of guide bush chosen for use with a particular template will be dictated by the template - stock templates usually state the size of guide to be used with that template and mostly these are generally so common sizes a good router is supplied with them, from memory I think the smaller of my guides is something like 17 mm.
Template guide bushes are flimsy and easily damaged and so it is expected router users will be buying spares and other sizes. They are almost universal but not quite and router users are quite adept at minor modifications to make things fit, and not just guide bushes but also router tables, adaptors for various tasks and so forth.
I suggest you take a glance through a few catalogues featuring router accessories, including Makita of course.
remember most circular saws are a reverse thread. First step is to make sure the saw is unplugged. If your saw does not have an arbor lock than stick a medium sized screwdriver in one of the teeth of the blade near the base of the saw, this will lock the blade in place so you can tighten the blade.