There was a recent post by squidzilla asking about mounting his router with toggle bolts. Instead of answering through the thread I thought I'd start a new thread and let others comment on my thoughts. . I wouldn't do it. Not because it wouldn't work but because it would not be necessary. I'm of the opinion that a router should be mounted on a table and only removed as a last resort. The first time I used a router was in the early 60's. I was trying to make a wooden dash board for a Triumph TR3 and it turned out to be a disaster. Knowing what I know now I understand that if I had it mounted on a table it would have turned out like I expected it to. There are very few things that can't be done safer and easier on a table. Sign making would be an exception. Of those things probably some of them are are work arounds using the router for something another tool is designed to do but you don't have the correct tool for the job. Flattening a board or making a mortise come to mind. My suggestion would be to mount it permanently and report back in a year on how many times you needed to take it off the table. If I had to report back for this year it would be zero buy hey there are still another 10 days to go. So let December 21st be the beginning of a longitudinal study, mark it on your calendar and report back in a year.