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Will Crafytsman router 315.175040 fit craFTSMAn taBLE 171.25444?
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Will Crafytsman router 315.175040 fit craFTSMAn taBLE 171.25444?
Hi Kerry - Welcome to the forum
Near as I can figure, the router is made by Ryobi and the table is made by Vermont American so I suspect a bolt in fit will be a crap shoot. Not a big problem as all you need to do would be drill 3 or 4 holes in the table to bolt it up. Check the sticky's under Table Mounted routing. There are a lot of instructions/tips for doing just that job on here.

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