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I am looking for a router that can be raised from above the table without the aid of a add-on lift mechanism.

So far I know of the Freud FT3000 and the Milwaukee 5625, but are there others that have a similar feature?

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Hi Bob

Many of the NEW routers come with it built in,,,to many to list...

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I am looking for a router that can be raised from above the table without the aid of a add-on lift mechanism.

So far I know of the Freud FT3000 and the Milwaukee 5625, but are there others that have a similar feature?

Thanks,

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i just bought that freud 2-1/4hp router kit .. FT1702VCEK ..it has above table adjustments ...
fit/finish isnt close to my bosch combo,i got it just to leave in router table..
lowes has it for $99 . few others do as well..

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Ridgid come with an above top adjustment, as Bob J says there are too many to list,most of the new ones.

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Thanks for the input. I'll try and narrow my focus to 3+hp routers.
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