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Got a worx router,model wx15rt cannot find a 30mm guide bush

The guide bush has a 30mm hole and a over all size of 87mm with two screw holes

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If you can't fabricate your own. Get a dedicated or universal sub base for the WX 15RT Router, this allows attachment of trend and other bush guides

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