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I recently inherited from my dad a Black and Decker 7614 Router, Type 1, 1.5 HP, 25,000 RPM, 9.0 amps. It runs exceptionally well and I am trying to locate a Straight and Circular Guide that fits. Any ideas on a Black and Decker or any other brand that might fit this router?
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I have a B&D 7616 router - my first router years ago and I still have it. I looked at my guide and found a part number - I believe it will fit the 7614 as well. The part number is 76-230/52336 Type 2. The two rods that come with it I believe have a 1/4 - 20 thread.

I did a quick check on the web that led me to B&D Service net, but most of the parts of that guide are unavailable.

You may try searching ebay or Craig's list for someone in your area - or you could try to fashion your own.

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Welcome to the forum Skip . Not sure how well it worked for straight cuts with its guide , as I tossed that part and installed it on my Makita router for the circle guide .
It's craftsman , but it fits several routers with its multi router base

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Hi Skip and welcome. I made an edge guide recently and it was simple, cheap, and easy to do. It's at post #47 in this link http://www.routerforums.com/tools-wo...-corner-5.html.

Derek Willis came up with this idea for a circle guide. You'll need a set of guide bushings to do it but they are good to have anyway. Check post #2. http://www.routerforums.com/general-...-trimming.html

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