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Router Template Guide Bushing Set w/ Case for Porter C. Dewalt Makita Bosch Jigs



Router Template Guide Bushing Set w/ Case for Porter C. Dewalt Makita Bosch Jigs

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Router Template Guide Bushing Set w/ Case for Porter C. Dewalt Makita Bosch Jigs This new 11 piece Brass Router Bushing Set is perfect for duplicate cuts, every time and absolutely essential when critical accuracy and precision are required. Great for all kinds of applications, works especially well with dovetail jigs, letter templates or special templates. Quality machined from brass for long rustproof life.Set includes 8 bushings in sizes:1/4" (inside dimension) x 5/16" (outside dimension) 9/32" (inside) x 3/8" (outside) 11/32" (inside) x 7/16" (outside) 13/32" (inside) x 1/2" (outside) 17/32" (inside) x 5/8" (outside) 21/32" (inside) x 3/4" (outside)5/8" (inside) x 51/64" (outside) 7/8" (inside) x 1" (outside) Also includes 2 lock nuts so that you can use bushings with two routers or your handheld and router table without having to switch lock nuts every time you switch your machine. All pieces are fitted in an ABS plastic carrying and storage case.BASEPLATE and ROUTER ADAPTER IN THIRD PICTURE IS SOLD SEPARATELY AND IS ONLY SHOWN TO PORTRAY WHAT BUSHING LOOKS LIKE INSTALLED!If you have a different size router than what is listed than you can still use this set but you will need to purchase an aftermarket router baseplate or adapter that has a center hole that is the correct size for the bushing. We sell a few types in our ebay store that fits these bushings. Most of our baseplates are pre-drilled to fit certain models but can easily be drilled to fit any brand router, you will just need to drill and countersink your own holes. To do this simply center the base plate as you would normally when you are using a guide bushing and tape or clamp the base plate to the router base to keep it from moving around. Mark at least three holes from the top part of the router base by inserting a small awl or nail into the screw holes and moving the marking device around the full area of the holes. Un-clamp or un-tape the base plate and remove it from the router base. Find the marked spots and drill the holes large enough for the shaft of the screw you will be using. Then on the surface side countersink the holes so that the head of the screw falls below the surface. If you don't have a countersink bit than you may be able to use a 3/8" or 1/2" drill bit depending on which type screw head you will be using. To get the best possible discount on multiple different items please send me a "payment total request" when you are done shopping and we will calculate to see if we can deduct any more than the above listed amount. For more info see the shipping section below.