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I'm hoping these pics will jog someone memory , ah yes i had one of those, or better still i have one of those , I've tried just about every thing i can to get a manual and info about it's accessories what you see in the pics is all i have no guards no nothing. so here goes

ps nearly forgot what are the two machine treaded hole in the side of the router meant for ?
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Hi Matin

It's been a long time but I had one like it along time ago,they only made some with round handles on them ,they worked about the same way as a Porter Cable router

That's to say the round ring was for fine adjustment the fence was junk, it had a screw(s) under the handle to lock it in place,, but sorry no manual it was it the box and it went with the router when I sold it off..
It would only take on 1/4" shank bits if I recall, I tried to find one on ebay like it but the only two I found are below but maybe ask the seller(s) for a copy of the manual can't hurt to ask...
But I'm sure in time you will see one listed on eBay...or maybe
http://denver.craigslist.org/
http://geo.craigslist.org/iso/gb
http://london.craigslist.co.uk/tls/
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http://denver.craigslist.org/search/...20%20router%20


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The part number I don't recall but I'm sure the one you have tells the seller that it's UK model type...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Craftsman-2-hp-S...QQcmdZViewItem

http://cgi.ebay.com/CRAFTSMAN-PRO-FI...QQcmdZViewItem

http://cgi.ebay.com/Craftsman-9-5-Am...QQcmdZViewItem

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hi bob

yes there are two small screws for locking the fence in position if only i knew what it looked like lol the only thing i can imaging the two hole in the side are maybe for a dust extractor or a possible d type handle ?? maybe

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Hi Martin

You can make a fence easy on that one easy ,,, two rods and a hardwood block will do the trick..
Dust pickup I don't think so, D-Handle don't think so...maybe a lock for the fine adjustment ring (spring steel type) ... I don't recall a D-Handle in the manual as a Opt. item.


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yes there are two small screws for locking the fence in position if only i knew what it looked like lol the only thing i can imaging the two hole in the side are maybe for a dust extractor or a possible d type handle ?? maybe



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Hi bob

beginning to think that way my self improvise . I have an old Black and Decker fence but its a bit to narrow between the attachment rods but I'll give it some thought as that one has a fine micro adjustment on the fence end as well which would be nice .

any of you other woodies out there have a similar model that could say what the two machine threaded hole are for maybe ?

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