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01-07-2016 10:41 PM
roofner Thats a good idea bigarm. I'll have to look into that you experts do you buy a Musclechuck and 1/4 inch adapter hows that work?
01-07-2016 07:21 PM
Stick486
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Now that I have made that decision. Here is another question. Musclechuck or offset wrenches? I want to be able to change the bits with some ease. I have heard of the Musclechuk but have no experience with it and have read both positive and negative. What experiences do you have?
up front... neither...
one off set wrench may be a possibility depending on the over all thickness of the plate and router base...
I trust you will be removing the sub-base when you attach your base to the plate..
01-07-2016 06:48 PM
bigarm Now that I have made that decision. Here is another question. Musclechuck or offset wrenches? I want to be able to change the bits with some ease. I have heard of the Musclechuk but have no experience with it and have read both positive and negative. What experiences do you have?
01-07-2016 10:54 AM
roofner You know I forgot I bought mine at Lowes not Amazon. Buy a lot at Amazon but it was at Lowes this site recommended so bought because of good price and could see and touch. You will like it your plate lines up no holes to drill for crank or mounting router.
01-07-2016 12:43 AM
Cherryville Chuck You won't be disappointed Big. If you are then call Bosch customer service and discuss it with them. If there is a problem they will fix it.
01-06-2016 10:02 PM
bigarm [quote=roofner;999970]I have same router table here is what I did. I also have Bosch 1617 fixed base was $149 at amazon.



Well, that looked so good that I bought the Bosch 1617 today at Lowes for that same price and will make a mobile stand for the router table like you have done. That should do me for a while.
01-06-2016 06:25 PM
roofner Here is web link for bosch router. Your router table plate has the hole in proper place for the above table router adjuster .
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01-06-2016 06:18 PM
roofner If you buy the bosch 1617 that plate all ready has the hole in the proper place for the crank for the built in router lift.
01-06-2016 10:09 AM
roofner I have same router table here is what I did. I also have Bosch 1617 fixed base was $149 at amazon.

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01-06-2016 09:24 AM
JFPNCM Ditto what Stick said. I sold off the saw/router (64A) intact and replaced it with a smaller JET PRO and a home built router cabinet. Both are movable and the combo works very well in a 12x16 shop.
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