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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-26-2014, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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I am looking for guide bushings for my B&D 7616 Type 2 router and have not been able to find them. Any ideas? I have yet to check with the regional service center. Thanks.
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I make an adjustable collar accepting 6" subbase for that router.
Will accept the default DW/PC rings and nuts.
Might do you. (Not listed but I have & equivalent to B&D 3310 = DW 610).
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I also suggest that you get a universal type base plate that fits your Router so it may accept any standard set of bushings. I'm sure the base plates are available at numerous router/woodworking supply outlets.

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