I have 4 or 5 old Craftsman routers, and no none are for sale. I had to replace one on one of my routers years ago, got a bolt and wingnut from the local hardware, cost somewhere under $1. Still working just fine.
NC via the Army in 1979; retired 1981, just east of Raleigh ever since.
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