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I have found a Craftsman Router Table on a local site along with a workbench for $75.00. It is older which fits my needs since I have an older Craftsman Router that will probably fit. No one, not even Sears, can tell me which table will fit this router. The owner has a fence and some other accessories to this table. I am going to see it this morning. Since I cannot post an url, it looks like an older metal table and depending on the condition and what it has with it I will decide. What should I look for? What are must have accessories?



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You might try taking your router, or just the base plate, along to see if the holes match.

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You can create your own base plate to fit. This isn't that difficult to do.

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Hi,

You can create your own base plate to fit. This isn't that difficult to do.
Hi Rick:

I agree with Ed (Hamlin) on this one. When my father purchased a Woolcraft table to go with his MasterCraft router, I make a custom subbase, as per Hamlin's suggestion, and mated the two. Use the supplied subbase as a template and use a flush trim bit to create a plywood or MDF copy of the supplied subbase.

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