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If you intend on switching to the use of the vacu-plate without having to purchase one. Here are some measurements for the placements on the ports.

For some reason, the second pic came out fuzzy. It's the measurement from the edge to the top of notch. 1/2" is the measurement. Edge to edge is, 4 3/4". The length of the port is a 1/16 under a 1 1/2". These measurements are the same for both ports (top and right hand side).
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Thanks for the info Ken. Those measurements will come in handy for folks like me that have the older router plate and modifying it to the vacu-plate.

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