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I'm in the process of building a table for my soon to arrive Triton 3.25hp router. I need to know the maximum overall height of the router in order to size the opening for it. Anybody have that info?
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No answer for you. I just ordered the same Triton router. Sounds like the cat's meow for a table mounted router. Good luck!
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I'm in the process of building a table for my soon to arrive Triton 3.25hp router. I need to know the maximum overall height of the router in order to size the opening for it. Anybody have that info?
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Hi Greg,
One of my router cabinets has the Triton 3-1/4hp. The cabinet has a face frame. The opening is 11" but the top to bottom inside dimension is 13". There is still 3-1/4" of clearance from the router to the floor of the compartment. There is plenty of up & down clearance. The power cord comes out from the top of the router which is bottom when mounted in a table, so you shouldn't have it too tight.

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Thanks James. Sounds like a 13" inside dimension will be perfect. I'll go with that.
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