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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-01-2007, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Default Fixed Base 1001 or 75361

Please let me know.

I am using PorterCable pc894pk.
Base 1001 fits 8902 moter-unit. I found it in FAQ.
Does Base 75361 which might be better base than 1001 also fit 8902 moter-unit ? I can not find it in FAQ.

I wonder WHY Porter Cable does not accept question except US and CA.


I want to import several goods at one time.
I was taught about bits. I found BRASS info. in this forum.
But fixed base fitting 8902... I can not find it in forum.
So please let me know.
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Benny, the part you want is 8901 fixed base for 890 series routers. The 75361 is for the big 3+ horsepower motors. The 8901 has a built in lift mechanism for use in a table, and allows you to quickly change motors or bases by openning the motor clamp and disengaging the height adjuster. I love it for use in the table.

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The one thing to check is that your motor has a black gear rack bolted to the side. This engages the height adjuster on the fixed base. If not, you'll have to order one at about $2.50 US, buy the machine screws to bolt it on locally. The Rack is part number 911807 available thru https://www.dewaltservicenet.com

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Benny,
I agree with kp91, the 8901 base is designed specifically for the 890 series routers and it offers more accurate adjustment.
That being said, I believe that the 890 routers will work in the 1001 base. It requires the removal of the rack on the 890 motor and it will fit.

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Doug san,
scrollwolf san,

Thank you very much.

Is it right for me to understand that I can use 1001 with 8902, but 75361 is impossible ?
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