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I have a Craftsman 315.17492 router and I will be getting an Incra TS-LS system. I do not see my router on the Incra router plate compatability chart. Am I able to use one of the plates designed for another brand/model router? I'm not scared of drilling my own plate but if I don't have to I'd rather not.

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Hi,

I have a Craftsman 315.17492 router and I will be getting an Incra TS-LS system. I do not see my router on the Incra router plate compatability chart. Am I able to use one of the plates designed for another brand/model router? I'm not scared of drilling my own plate but if I don't have to I'd rather not.

Thanks,
Bill
Hi Bill, first column of the compatability chart is an undrilled plate. Still has all the goodies, maglock,,, etc. just gotta drill it.


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Hi Bill

I'm sure you will find out they don't drill it for the Craftsman, Just drill it out. easy job by using the base plate off your Craftsman router for a template.


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I have a Craftsman 315.17492 router and I will be getting an Incra TS-LS system. I do not see my router on the Incra router plate compatability chart. Am I able to use one of the plates designed for another brand/model router? I'm not scared of drilling my own plate but if I don't have to I'd rather not.

Thanks,
Bill



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Thanks for the quick replies. It looks like I'm going to have to whip out the drill bits.

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