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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-27-2010, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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I recently purchased a Bosch router table and the template does not have the proper holes to aligh w/ my ryobi R160 router. The table instructions say that I need a Bosch RA1186 Adapter plate, so am trying to find out where to get one.
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OK, NM, I figured this out. Thought it odd that most recomendations were to purchase a blank plate and drill the appropriate holes in it. Took another look at my router and saw 3 other larger threaded holes besides the original 4 5/16-18 1/2" pan threaded ones that secured the plastic subbase to the router. These holes lined up w/ the table plate and all is good.
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OK, NM, I figured this out. Thought it odd that most recomendations were to purchase a blank plate and drill the appropriate holes in it. Took another look at my router and saw 3 other larger threaded holes besides the original 4 5/16-18 1/2" pan threaded ones that secured the plastic subbase to the router. These holes lined up w/ the table plate and all is good.
I know this is an old thread but I was having the same issue, plus now it is even harder to find the Phantom RA1186, thanks to your post about the additional threaded holes it worked for my B&D Plunge router!
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John, it is no harder to find the RA1186 plate: Bosch never made it.

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