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In my first post to the site, I'm trying to find out if anyone has located a plate and lift for the Freud router table. The phenolic plate that came with the Freud table doesn't have any provision for a lift and as far as I've been able to determine Freud doesn't sell a lift for their routers.
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Roy:
I joined the forum yesterday myself, and my question was quite similar . I have the Freud FT1700, so I am looking for a router lift that will fit the motor barrel of 3 11/16" .... is that the same size for the FT2000e? If you do find one that works, would you let me know as well.
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Thank you James:

I've already received a reply that solved my problem. I'll be visiting Router Forums often.

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PS: I was in your fair city a 6 years ago and will be back someday in the not too distant future. I hope it hasn't suffered from the devastating floods.
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Hello Dennis:

The FT2000E is a plunge router and I received an email address that met my needs. Google Router Technologies and check out the Router Raizer to see if it can meet yours.

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Thanks for the enigmatic but solution providing reply.

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Thank you James:

I've already received a reply that solved my problem. I'll be visiting Router Forums often.

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PS: I was in your fair city a 6 years ago and will be back someday in the not too distant future. I hope it hasn't suffered from the devastating floods.

Hi Roy,

The floods, thankfully, did not have an impact in Sydney. the worst floods were around the Brisbane area.

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