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I have the Router Workshop router table and would like to install a Triton 2 1/4 HP router into it.

Oak Park sells a predrilled base plate for Triton routers and listed the model numbers as follows...
BP Triton
TRC 001
TRA 001
MOF 00KC

How am I to know if the 2 1/4 HP triton will fit ?
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Hi John

What is the model number of your router ?

http://www.routerforums.com/triton-m...er-mof001.html

Like I said in your PM call them (800 number) and get the right one,they are dropping the plates and other items like fly's.
NOTE++++ if you can buy both plates ( 1 1/2" hole and the 2 3/4" hole you will be glad you did down the road, once they are gone that's it..

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I have the Router Workshop router table and would like to install a Triton 2 1/4 HP router into it.

Oak Park sells a predrilled base plate for Triton routers and listed the model numbers as follows...
BP Triton
TRC 001
TRA 001
MOF 00KC

How am I to know if the 2 1/4 HP triton will fit ?
Thank You



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I have both tritons the 2-1/4hp & 3-1/4hp have same bolt pattern.

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I have both tritons the 2-1/4hp & 3-1/4hp have same bolt pattern.
And I bought both 11" plates for my Triton TRA001 - perfect centered fit. I use mine in the OP table also....

I also bought the 7" plate for the Makita.

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I have the Router Workshop router table and would like to install a Triton 2 1/4 HP router into it.

Oak Park sells a predrilled base plate for Triton routers and listed the model numbers as follows...
BP Triton
TRC 001
TRA 001
MOF 00KC

How am I to know if the 2 1/4 HP triton will fit ?
Thank You
Call the 800 number.
Given that the Triton 2 1/4 hp router's model number is MOF001C, my money is on the last one you listed. (I have the Triton MOF001C)

The Triton manuals that we have uploaded are here:
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they are dropping the plates and other items like fly's.
NOTE++++ if you can buy both plates ( 1 1/2" hole and the 2 3/4" hole you will be glad you did down the road, once they are gone that's it..

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Are they going out of business?
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Wonderful. I just bought a new table from them and then they go out of business. I even asked them before I ordered if something was going on, since they didn't have the vac accessories anymore. They said they just discontinued that item and they weren't closing shop. Nice business.
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I may have let the cat out of the bag to quick ,,,they don't have any more tables and many,many items are gone forever to me that tells me the writing is on the wall..if you drop the stake and potatoes of your business and all you have left is the pie and left overs.. WELL...

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Wonderful. I just bought a new table from them and then they go out of business. I even asked them before I ordered if something was going on, since they didn't have the vac accessories anymore. They said they just discontinued that item and they weren't closing shop. Nice business.



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I want to pull the trigger on one of these base plates for future use but I'm clueless on what to get.

I have the Triton 2 1/4 hp router and can easily drill my own mounting holes. Is there a tutorial here that covers base plates?

I want one of the sale items. $39+ is more that I want to spend.
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