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I bought an Ozito Router PRR 850 a few years back for the odd job but I am scratching my head as to where to get guide bushes that fit the the holes that are in it. The company is of no help as they only offered me a parts diagram of the machine. Any info would be fantastic..

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Hi folks,

I bought an Ozito Router PRR 850 a few years back for the odd job but I am scratching my head as to where to get guide bushes that fit the the holes that are in it. The company is of no help as they only offered me a parts diagram of the machine. Any info would be fantastic..

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Using the existing base plate as a template, make your own. I'd use lexan/polycarbonate but acrylic or even plywood will do. Make the hole the right size for your favorite bushings. I've done this with all my non-PC routers to adapt them to PC bushings.
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Hi folks,

I bought an Ozito Router PRR 850 a few years back for the odd job but I am scratching my head as to where to get guide bushes that fit the the holes that are in it. The company is of no help as they only offered me a parts diagram of the machine. Any info would be fantastic..

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Ozito Router PRR 850 IS the same clone router as the Trend T4.
So guide bushes (and other accessories) for the Trend T4 should fit Ozito Router PRR 850.
I think you can probably adapt the regular circular Trend, Hitachi, Triton guide bushes (with 60mm frange) too.

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Buy a known name router like Makita. Maktec by Makita, model 3620 for less than $200, and Guide Bush Adaptor from Carbatec
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Welcome to the forum John.

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