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I am look for the mounting plate for a Triton Router here in the US. Any ideas?
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The plate manufacturers pre-drill plates only for the most popular router brands. It's quite possible that you'll have to drill the plate for your Triton, using the original base as your template.

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Incra make a decent plate for the Triton routers. You want the MLP7518-AL for Triton routers. I bought one and it's excellent.

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Here's a link and description.
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Sorry, forot the link.........................

Base plate : PC 7518, 7539, Triton | INCRA | Elite Tools
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OR if you are a DIY'r....you can pick up a 3/8" thick sheet of 12"x12" Acetal for about $33 plus shipping online and make your own. Built to your specs, the way you want it.

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+1 on the Incra... the magnetic rings are great!
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Hi

The Triton when used with the dedicated Triton router plate locks on rather than being bolted on.
You could try Highland Hardware Wood Routers as they list Triton routers.

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The Triton when used with the dedicated Triton router plate locks on rather than being bolted on.
You could try Highland Hardware as they list Triton routers.

Cheers

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Hi istracpsboss,

Could you be kind enough to share a link on the Triton router plate that you mentioned? I can't seem to find it except for the actual routers only.

Thanks!
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