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I'm having trouble attaching my router to the sub plate, there are only a few accessible clamp slots. At the top of page 3 is an explanation of fitting other routers besides the Triton one. At the bottom left of page 2 is a diagram of router clamped to the sub plate. If you look at the diagram there are several other items that fit on top of each clamp base, these extend the height, there is only so much space around the actual router base for these to fit in, any ideas?
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I'll have a look later, Peter. I've a Triton in mine but it is out at the moment while I'm fitting a Routerraizer, so I'll see how my 625 would fit.

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I'll have a look later, Peter. I've a Triton in mine but it is out at the moment while I'm fitting a Routerraizer, so I'll see how my 625 would fit.

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Ok Pete thanks for that.


" see the photos

also helps to mark a line from the bracket across and on the router so you can line the bracket and the router up again in the same place if you need to take the router off "

I understand how the clamps, springs, metal plate etc all fit together. The instructions say to mount the router at an diagonal angle .In the new pictures I've taken , you can see there are only so many available clamp slots to put the clamp bolts in and then slide into postion on the edge of the router. Looking at the picture the bottom 3 clamps, it seems there is not enough clear space, without catching on router parts. To mount all the clamp parts one on top of the other.
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I'll have a look later, Peter. I've a Triton in mine but it is out at the moment while I'm fitting a Routerraizer, so I'll see how my 625 would fit.

Cheers

Peter
Hi Pete,
Pouring with rain today so far, much the same yesterday and quite windy both days.
I've repostioned the router horizontally to try to align with available clamping bolt slots, see these new photos.

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/003.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/005.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/006.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/007.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/009.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/010.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/011.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...0Plate/012.jpg

In these photos you can see the available slots now available. Photo 003 the clamp on the bottom left, only the right side of it is making contact with the rim of the router, as on the otherside there is is a gap in the rim.

You can see this from a different angle in photo 005.
Same problem with another clamp, see photo 010 the left hand clamp. see another angle of this in 012 the bottom clamp can only make contact on half of rim because of the gap in the rim.

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Hi Pete,
I got it sorted, I misunderstood, I thought the red plastic clamps were clamped over the edge of the router. They are bolted into the base plate to hold router in postion. Then the metal clamps on top. See the photos of correctly installed now.

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...%20Oct/001.jpg

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/y...%20Oct/002.jpg

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