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I just inherited a vermont american router/saber saw table #396. Does anyone know where I can get a manual for this?
 

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Sorry I can't be of help but welcome to the forum. I'm sure some one here will find it for you though
 

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Thanks. Just got the table and some new bits & looking forward to trying; if I can figure it out.
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum.
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I've got one of these tables - model 23463. Probably very similar to yours. I've got the manual but it will take me a while to scan the manual and upload if it will help.

In the meantime, if it is similar, I can try to answer any questions you may have.
You're the man, Vince...
 

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I've got one of these tables - model 23463. Probably very similar to yours. I've got the manual but it will take me a while to scan the manual and upload if it will help.

In the meantime, if it is similar, I can try to answer any questions you may have.
don't you ever upgrade...
 

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don't you ever upgrade...
I'm one of those guys that has been planning "the deluxe, best ever, last one your gonna need" router table - haven't got there yet.

I put a router plate in the side extension of my table saw - didn't like it there.

I've had this table for a long time - have my fixed base from my PC690 mounted on there and through the motor in when I need a table otherwise use the plunge base for freehand. I've been thinking of getting rid of this table for a long time - much like Rick's insulation, still procrastinating. :grin:
 

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I'm one of those guys that has been planning "the deluxe, best ever, last one your gonna need" router table - haven't got there yet.

I put a router plate in the side extension of my table saw - didn't like it there.

I've had this table for a long time - have my fixed base from my PC690 mounted on there and through the motor in when I need a table otherwise use the plunge base for freehand. I've been thinking of getting rid of this table for a long time - much like Rick's insulation, still procrastinating. :grin:
here's a dumpster dove special...
Lotta pieces...
 

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Hey Stick,

That's a great looking table. Is the handle up front part of a router lift?

Thanks for sharing the photo.
thanks...
that is the adjustment handle but that is where I store it...
 

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I'm one of those guys that has been planning "the deluxe, best ever, last one your gonna need" router table - haven't got there yet.

I put a router plate in the side extension of my table saw - didn't like it there.

I've had this table for a long time - have my fixed base from my PC690 mounted on there and through the motor in when I need a table otherwise use the plunge base for freehand. I've been thinking of getting rid of this table for a long time - much like Rick's insulation, still procrastinating. :grin:
Funny guy . I read this once already but had missed the last part lol
 

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