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So hey. I've used a set of Jessem tables set up with PC 690' and alternatively and 7918's. I've liked them, I think the 694vs was more useful. I'm setting up a small shop based around a Bosch 4900-01 10" worksite table and am wondering if I can attach an extension to it to handle a PC 690 series or or Makita mk12v router? How do I do that?

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So hey. I've used a set of Jessem tables set up with PC 690' and alternatively and 7918's. I've liked them, I think the 694vs was more useful. I'm setting up a small shop based around a Bosch 4900-01 10" worksite table and am wondering if I can attach an extension to it to handle a PC 690 series or or Makita mk12v router? How do I do that?

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Hi Jake, welcome to the forum.
I dunno, I suppose someone, somewhere has put a router extension on a jobsite saw. I have a Ryobi jobsite saw and while there is physically enough room to do it, I would be concerned about throwing the balance off. You didn't say how you had the 4100 mounted. If its on a gravity rise, I wouldn't. Mine is on a foldup stand and hanging something on the end of it is beyond my own safety comfort zone. If yours is cabinet mounted would be a different deal.

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