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Hello all,
I am new to this forum.
I am trying to attach a Craftsman 275110 Router to the Craftsman 171=254830 Router table and do not know what hardware I need.
Does anyone know?
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Hi Charlie and welcome to the forum. If the router did not come w/the table, I'm assuming that it didn't, you need to remove the black base plate. The 3 screws you remove should fit into the countersunk holes in the router table. Just reassemble the screws thru the table into their original holes. If they are not long enough, go to your local hardware or autoparts store and get longer screws. This should do it for you.

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Charlie,
I have Craftsman router & table. On mine, I remove the clear sub base held by 3 screws. The table has more holes for other brands bases. Just use the three screws provided.
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Hi Charlie and welcome to the forum. If the router did not come w/the table, I'm assuming that it didn't, you need to remove the black base plate. The 3 screws you remove should fit into the countersunk holes in the router table. Just reassemble the screws thru the table into their original holes. If they are not long enough, go to your local hardware or autoparts store and get longer screws. This should do it for you.

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Thanks. I will try that.
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Charlie,
I have Craftsman router & table. On mine, I remove the clear sub base held by 3 screws. The table has more holes for other brands bases. Just use the three screws provided.
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