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I have a Makita RT0701C trimmer router and I am looking for a clear base plate. Does anyone know where I might find one. It does not have to be made by Makita, just need one that will fit.

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Pat Warner who goes by Quillman on this forum probably makes them or probably will for you. Just google his name and that should locate his website.

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Thank You kind Sir. I'll get in touch with him.

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Try Milescraft who make a clear polycarbonate baseplate which can be fitted to nearly any router and has the facility to attach "click on" bushings for template following. They are the "ant's pants".
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