one thing that can be done is to drill new holes. If You remove the plate fron the bottom of the router, You have the perrect template. You have to be sure that the plate is turned 180 degrees so the side mounted to the router base is laying on the table to mark. I also would do Your best to get the plate centered in the opening.. That bace plate that You used to transfer the holes does not go back on the router, The next thing, the screw holes have to bemade so that the head of the screws don't interfear in any way with the work that You route on the table. I have a Ryobi table saw model BT3000 . And that model has tapered holes that fit the Ryobi router. It is a cast aluminum that is tempered. Is that the same? Looking back, I think I hace combined a couple of post, Sorry!
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