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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-15-2019, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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Default Bosch 1604 1/4" collet

Hello all, new to the fourms, was doing some googling and came across the site, tons of good information here. thanks.

I have been looking for a 1/4" collet for my bosch 1604, its an older router, and i had one at one time, seems to have gone missing..... I a currently looking for a replacement collet, i had ordered a few from amazon none of which worked, seems they only work with the 1604A. My question is, can i find a replacement collet some where else, does anyone else make a compatible collet for the older 1604? i really dont want to use an adapter, but i guess if thats my only hope i will have too.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-15-2019, 01:56 PM
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Hi Jason and welcome. Possibly at Elaire. I believe that is the same collet that fits my DeWalt 610 model. The dimensions are within a couple of thousands of what I've been able to measure on the 610 collet.

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Welcome Jason. My first inquiry would be with Bosch themselves. Give them a call and ask about replacement parts. Going directly to the manufacturer is always a good first contact because they can tell you if the product is still supported. And they can usually get the proper part, which may have been replaced with a more updated, safer part. I suspect unless it's really old they may well have your collet. Again, welcome to the forum.
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Jason, Welcome to the Router Forums.

This is the same link Charles posted Elaire Corporation -Router Collets

Scroll down to the bottom and those WK collets are the ones you are looking for.

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this is perfect, thank you all for the help.
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