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Hello guys,im new to using a router,I bought myself a router table and mounted my router to it could you pls explain to me how to remove springs from my router,because when im setting the router up to router ,the router is hard to push up and to keep in place while I lock it.
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Hello guys,im new to using a router,I bought myself a router table and mounted my router to it could you pls explain to me how to remove springs from my router,because when im setting the router up to router ,the router is hard to push up and to keep in place while I lock it.
Hi Tom, welcome to the forums.
Probably gonna need some specifics, make, model, hp of router, to help you with this one.

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I have a erbaurer router,jschaben
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sorry spelt wrong,Erbauer
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Sorry, I'm not familiar with that one. There are several UK members here who likely are so keep watching this space

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Hi Tom

Many routers have the same setup.you may want to take a peek at the link it may help..

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Thankyou very much,jschaben,and bobj3 I managed to take out my router springs,thanks to the help I got from you guys,thanks once again.
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Thankyou very much,jschaben,and bobj3 I managed to take out my router springs,thanks to the help I got from you guys,thanks once again.
Hi Thomas,

That is what this forum is all about and we hope you will stay and join us in helping others and sharing information the same way as these guys helped you.
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Hi Ho: Don't know why, but the Roter Raizer people insist that the springs are left in place for the Freud router. But, in general without a router raiser it is probably best to take them out.

Anyway, the Router Raizer seems to work just fine with the springs left in.

Erbauer sound German. What hp? Does it work well?

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