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  • Router guide bushing question

    How/where do I get a router guide bushing that will fit a Milwaukee router with a 2" hole in the sub base? Yeah, I know, it's not a Ridgid. But hey, I got a great deal on it and I like the hand grip. I've searched and searched and I get no help from anyone at Milwaukee. Does somebody make a different/universal sub base that has the standard 1-3/16 hole?

    Why can't it just all be easy?
    Unanswered Questions
    are far less dangerous
    than Unquestioned Answers.

  • #2
    Hey Hilo guy:

    Get your fre** milwaukee thing outta here, can't you read RIDIGID forum, come on buster.

    Actually have one of them routers you're talking about. It's a milwaukee, fits nicely in the hand, etc....so that's why dropping in just trying to get this here tread movin. I wanna know to.

    On another note, how is the hawaii life? What's happening over there at the Honolii/ Keaukaha/ Richardson/ Pohoiki breaks (for Ridgid forum readers this is actually a directly related question in support of Ridgids forum mission statement- really). Sure miss the island life but who knows?

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    • #3
      OK, Ridgid, listen up!

      Hey, you're right about the surfing thing being a viable thread on the Ridgid Forum. If the good folks at Ridgid R&D knew that just about every carpenter, contractor and woodworker in the State of Hawaii is also a surfer and ALWAYS carries at least one board strapped precariously to the top or side of his lumber rack, they would soon realize the advertising potential of Orange and Gray Board Racks that clamp neatly onto the sides of lumber racks. Forget the "O'Neill" logos everywhere; now it's RIDGID!

      And as I understand it, Caliifornia and Florida carpenters do a fair amount of surfing, too. I can see them now with their Ridgid board racks . . .

      I can picture them all over the place at Honolii, Keaukaha, Richardson and Pohoiki! Those rocks all over Keaukaha are mean, Honolii is where the action is but it's crowded, Pohoiki is good and mellow most of the time.

      About those router guide bushings . . .
      Unanswered Questions
      are far less dangerous
      than Unquestioned Answers.

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      • #4
        Try here:
        http://www.milwaukeeconnect.com/weba...2_189343_362_Y


        http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...010576-1248836

        Milwaukee 49-54-1040 6" Diameter,1-3/16" Center Hole Sub-Base (Rate it)
        Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours List Price:
        Price: $8.94

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        • #5
          Thanks!

          Thanks for the link. Dunno why I couldn't come up with that after tryng every which way I could . . .
          Unanswered Questions
          are far less dangerous
          than Unquestioned Answers.

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          • #6
            Bro, caught some awsome waves off the east coast of Maui also. Kana
            info for all: http://www.hoistman.com http://www.freeyabb.com/phpbb/index....wwtoolinfoforu --- "I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people who annoy me."

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            • #7
              I put the Milwaukee sub-base from Amazon on my 5615...works great.

              http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...&s=hi&v=glance
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