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I have a Bosch PR20EVSK Colt*router. I need a guide bushing for doing door hinges. I cannot find any Bosch threaded bushings. I purchased the Pro10 base that is made for threaded bushings.

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I have a Bosch PR20EVSK Colt*router. I need a guide bushing for doing door hinges. I cannot find any Bosch threaded bushings. I purchased the Pro10 base that is made for threaded bushings.

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Welcome, Bill...might this other thread help...?

http://www.routerforums.com/guide-bu...osch-colt.html

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So. The harbor freight bushings will work on the pro10 base? If I am reading it right.



That would be great since I can get them.local...


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Bill, I would suggest the set from Woodcraft. Better quality and all 1/4" collars.

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I will check them out

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Bill...yes, find the higher quality set...was not recommending HF, only that guides are available for your base...that's the good thing about that base; lots of additional capabilities, including being able to use larger profile bits when needed...it's on my "next to buy" list...( or waiting for Santa )

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I find it strange that bosch makes a base but don't offer any guides for it.

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Another set of plates for PC guide collars.
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I bought both of Pat Warners bases for my bosch colt. They are really nice, concentric to spindle, and perpendicular to the base.
What more can you want in a trimmer base. Quality construction, always.

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