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I am trying to add an extension router table top to my Ridgid TS2412 table saw. I don't have time to build one so I opt to buy ready made table tops. I found a Bosch RA1181 (use the table, fence and accessories, not the legs) and MLCS MDF core #9776 (table and fence, plate extra).
Which one would be a better product or neither?
Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.

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If you had read the first post in the thread you posted this in you would of discovered that the Grizzly T10432 is the best solution.

The sticky threads at the top of each section are filled with important information and the answers to many common questions. Please take the time to read them.

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Thanks for the quick response. I am new to the forum so I am not familiar with the site setup yet.
I am looking for a router table that is 27" or smaller, with fence, to attach to the wing of my saw table. Grizzly T10432 is a very good buy but it measures 31 7/8"; too big for my saw table. Any other suggestion that is around that price range or under $200?

Thanks again.

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here's a tutorial that may help you

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Thanks.

I joined the forum yesterday and still trying to find my way around. This helps a lot.

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