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I'm hoping a few Aussie's could answer my question below as I'm looking for a local supplier, thank you.
Router Table with windup high adjustments to replace a Triton Router Table on a Mark3 base with a Hitachi Router...
I'm having trouble setting the high which is very frustrating so it's time to upgrade...
If someone has one or at least can recommend a good one please...THANK YOU...Cheers, crowie
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Sorry, I forgot to mention, I want to keep the current Hitachi Router....thank you
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I have looked at all this, I'm too busy now but I will make a new Router Table and fit a yet to be selected lift from the USA. N
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Peter I'm not familiar with that Hitachi router so I don't know if it's fixed base or plunge. If it's a plunge you might look at a Router Raizer system. I don't have one but other members do and say it works well. The M12V2 has a nut on the threaded rod under the plastic base that can be turned with a socket.

If you want a lift then you might want to consider the fact that a good lift may cost you more than a new router that has adjustment built in.

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Peter I'm not familiar with that Hitachi router so I don't know if it's fixed base or plunge. If it's a plunge you might look at a Router Raizer system. I don't have one but other members do and say it works well. The M12V2 has a nut on the threaded rod under the plastic base that can be turned with a socket.

If you want a lift then you might want to consider the fact that a good lift may cost you more than a new router that has adjustment built in.
G'Day Charles,
I've attached a photo of the Hitachi router which came from my father-in-law so would like to keep it.
The photos show the router in place under the Triton Router top, I have to hold the table down, release the level on the right of the router near the handle then put the router up or down to the desired high...so difficult I shy away from using it.
Thank you, Cheers, Peter
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