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I am brand new at this. The last time I did any woodworking was in highschool in 1983. Ive been given a table saw/router table. It is an older craftsman, model 315.228110. I am having problems finding inserts for the router table. The hole is 2.5 inches and I want to be able to adapt that down as needed. Currently own a brass bushing guide that needs to be 1 1/4. Is there anywhere to buy these things. I cant find that size anywhere. I don't know if I have the skill,equipment to make my own. I could probably do with a blank that is 2.5 inches in diameter. I had no idea that we had so many choices to make.

Please any help. Im ready to start with some little project for my garage to get it organized.
 

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When it comes to ordering parts on your appliance or tools Sears Parts Direct website is the place to visit.
Ryobi BT3000 saw may use some of the same parts . Sorry could not be of more help,
But sure someone out here can help you.
 

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Hi Darren, what make/model router are you going to attach to the table?
 

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The router that came with it is also a craftsman. It is older but works. I think if I am going to replace anything on it that I will go with a newer one that has parts available. Im on very limited budget as Im disabled vet. I started collecting tools in December and hope to build something soon. Just keep running into these type issues of missing a bushing or something small.
 

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Darren, save yourself a lot of grief and order the Grizzly $13 mounting plate. Build a simple table top and a box underneath it for support.
 
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