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I purchased two Ryobi 3 HP, model R-600 routers. I need 1/2" collet and 1/4" bit adapter for the 1/2" collet. Toolspartsdirect.com list the 1/2" collet (item # 6072223) as no longer available.

Any suggsestions of where I can get these? i alos need a base for the router so I can use the template bushings.

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Hi Earl

Leigh do the relevant adaptor for your guide bushes
Leigh Industries - Joining Tradition With Today You need their part No 702.

I haven't found a source of collets for you yet. Are these the Bosch type with a captive nut? I know the Ryobi 2100 model uses something similar.

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I purchased two Ryobi 3 HP, model R-600 routers. I need 1/2" collet and 1/4" bit adapter for the 1/2" collet. Toolspartsdirect.com list the 1/2" collet (item # 6072223) as no longer available.

Any suggsestions of where I can get these? i alos need a base for the router so I can use the template bushings.

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Are you sure the model # is right? The only thing I can find close is a Ryobi r600 which is a small trim router. The only other hit I got off google was a R600 on Craigs list with a very limited description.

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Amazon.com: Milescraft 1211 Base Plate Metal-Nose Bushing Set for Routers: Home Improvement

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I purchased two Ryobi 3 HP, model R-600 routers. I need 1/2" collet and 1/4" bit adapter for the 1/2" collet. Toolspartsdirect.com list the 1/2" collet (item # 6072223) as no longer available.

Any suggsestions of where I can get these? i alos need a base for the router so I can use the template bushings.

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I found replacements at erereplacementparts.com

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hi buddy
ryobi will ship parts asap if u contact them direct
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Are you sure the model # is right? The only thing I can find close is a Ryobi r600 which is a small trim router. The only other hit I got off google was a R600 on Craigs list with a very limited description.
Hi John

The R600 and R601 were/are single speed routers, the RE600 and RE601 were/are variable speed. Certainly listed as such in Europe and all appear to be very similar. I have parts lists for them all and I'll upload them if you'd like. Main difference seems to be different armatures as the RE601 was/is more powerful

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hi earl
ryobi will ship direct mate in uk
not sure where u reside buddy but u should contact them direct and they will asssist
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the r600 and r601 were/are single speed routers, the re600 and re601 were/are variable speed. Certainly listed as such in europe and all appear to be very similar. I have parts lists for them all and i'll upload them if you'd like. Main difference seems to be different armatures as the re601 was/is more powerful

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i have the re600 ryobi router and i found your forum i need the 1/2 collet for it could you send me the place where i could maybe get the collet from. My email address is

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Hi Rich and welcome. The forum owners don't allow personal email addresses to be posted on the open forum for security reasons. We have a private messaging system we use to share info like that which you will be able to use after you reach 10 posts.

Phil hasn't been on the forum in a while but if he hasn't changed his email address you might still be able to PM him. Or possibly another member may be able to help you.

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