When I look at the image above, I see the the outside diameter of the bushing is stepped. Is the eagle baseplate center hole also stepped to accommodate this such that it will sit flush / or under the surface?
I'm looking at buying the
Eagle #415-0307 7" round Router Plate - with 1 3/16" center hole
Eagle #401-1230 M4 Router Plate Centering Kit:
Uses a centering disc that fits into any router plate with a 1-3/16" stepped hole
that accepts a standard "Porter Cable" style template guide bushing.
Eagle #400-1459 9 piece Brass template Guide Set :
Template guides can be used directly with any router having a baseplate with a 1-3/16"* diameter center hole.
The kit contains two lock nuts and seven different template guides (5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", and 51/64" OD).
Previous response indicates there is a "cd" sized offset. Does that mean the baseplate center hole is not stepped? If so, how would I step it?