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Hello everyone. Name is Byron. I have bought a Ward Powr-Kraft 2610A that I have been restoring and looking for the accessories. I have search high and low for the Router adapter 2613 with no luch. I have followed every link people have posted and came up with nothing. anyone know where I can get one.
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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 09-22-2019, 12:38 PM
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Hi Brex and welcome. MW was like Sears in that they didn't manufacture anything that I know of, they just bought in enough quantity that they could get it rebranded with their name. It's very old and the chances of you finding it from a parts or repair service are close to zero. Probably the only chance you have is finding one on a derelict machine which isn't much better chance.
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Hey, Byron; welcome!
At the risk of sounding like a broken record ("record", a concept as old as that router ), shoulda come here first, before buying(?) that old machine!
Seriously, what Charles said; wasn't and and isn't a great investment.
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Welcome to the forum, Byron! Add your first name to your profile to clear the N/a in the side panel. Add your location, as well.

We do like photos so show us your shop, tools, projects, etc. whenever you're ready.

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Welcome to the forum Byron

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Is it a part you could have machined? This is why I don't want to refurbish old machines. And welcome to the forum.

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Welcome to the forum Byron. Don't give up, you must realize that not everyone sees this post automatically, give it a few days and check back. Make sure you have update auto (or whatever your preference) in email. So you know when you hit the EXACT answers you are looking for.
Plenty of knowledgeable people here.
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Welcome to the forum Byron. Don't give up, you must realize that not everyone sees this post automatically, give it a few days and check back. Make sure you have update auto (or whatever your preference) in email. So you know when you hit the EXACT answers you are looking for.
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If it's the part I think it is we've seen quite a few people coming here looking for it, none of whom were successful. It was some type of collar I believe to hook up to the high speed output on a radial saw motor if I'm guessing right. To make matters worse it was a very oddball inner diameter. We haven't seen anyone else in several years looking for it.
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G'day Byron, welcome to the forum.

good luck in your quest...

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