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Hi - I am looking for anyone who could help me find some parts to a router I bought. I want to use it but need your help.
I am looking for a Pin Fence for an Oak Park 45 degree Miter Tool. If anyone knows were I can find one please let me know!!!

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Hi, welcome to the forum, Ron.

I am not familiar with that Oak Park product. Someone may be along who can help...

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Since my router table doesn't have a hole for a pin guide, I found a 1/4"-20 hole in the base plate that I use a long carriage bolt in. Works great.
Is this what you are looking for?
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The bit about the 45° mitre tool had me confused?

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One or more of the OakPark Jigs had a 45 deg fence that was held and aligned with pins that mated with the surface the mated with. If I recall correctly that even include holes in the route mounting plate. I've seen it used on the Router Workshop, but that has been a while ago.

Don't believe it is a starting pin that the OP is talking about. As most of the Oak Park jigs are no longer available, finding a used one is probably the only option short of making your own. As someone mentioned, not many Oak Park jig owners are parting with the tools, so not many options!

I have found that hand tools are the best choice when I want to make mistakes at a slower rate of speed.

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Ah, the penny drops. I now recall that jig.
If I remember rightly, BJ posted on the forum with the dimensions for that jig.

Search for Bobj3.....

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This is the thread you need to read.

http://www.routerforums.com/jigs-fix...ts-op-jig.html

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