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Where can I order guide pins for my table? - I lost mine and no one seems to carry them.
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Oak Park sells guide pins singly or in 3 packs.

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Hello Ken, Welcome to the Router Forum. Glad that you got the answer for the pins. I usually make mine, but thats because i have the stock to do it myself.

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Hi Ken

You can make one in about 2 mins.or less, stop by the hardware store and pickup a brass bolt,cut off the head and almost all the threads and you have one,, some are push in type and some are thread in type..

If you have the push in type just cut off the head,and the threads then chuck it up in your battery drill and grind it down just a little to pop in the hole,the norm is a 3/16" diam. on the push in type...

Below you will see just of some of the ones I have made but just a simple brass both will do just fine


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