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Here are the manual and the parts breakdown for the Makita RT0701CX3 with option bases. It appears to be a newer version of the Makita RT0700C Trim Router for which Phil P downloaded the manual.
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Thanks Tom for the information.

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Thanks @hawkeye10 . When I was looking for a router of this class I looked at the Bosch, Dewalt and Makita offerings. The combination of available features and price made this router set my choice.

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More on this, A woodworker's evaluation, mine.
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I've had my RTO700CX3 for some time, the full kit was and probably still isn't available here in Australia so I bought it from America and purchased a large step down transformer over here. I confess to not using it as much as I would have liked due to health issues but each time that I did use it I was so pleased that I had chosen it from all the others.
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I had no idea simply posting a manual and parts breakdown would generate such interest! @Quillman , expect to hear from me at your business site in the next month or two, after I get some financial things in order.

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