screw. The lock washers should be against the
inside ol the leg.
5. Repeat for the remaining leg.
8. Turn the table righl side up and tighten all 12 screws
and nuls with a wrench or pliers.
ASSEMBLY OF THROAT PLATE TO TABLE
1. Assernl31e four #10-32 x % panhead screws and four
#10-32 stop nuts to table as shown in Figure 2,
NOTE: After a low turns of the screw, resistance of
further turning wilt be experienced---this
normal. Do not tighten completely: just enough
so screws protrude through nut.
#10-32 Stop nut
Top of Talkie
#10-32 x % Panhead
2. Place the throat plate into 1he large opemng in the
table. The position of three small holes must be as
shown in Figure 3.
3. While pressing sown on the lhroal plate, gradually
turn the screws inward or outward until the throat
plale is level with the taOle lop. Throat plate must be
; stable; thai is, it musl rest on all lout screws and not
"rock" when pressure is al:_lied. Refer to Flours .4.
four #10--32 stop nuts 1o secure the throat plate to
the table, as shown in Figure 5. Tighten securely.
#I 0-32 Stop
MOUNTING ROUTER TO TABLE
ALWAYS UNPLUG ROUTER BEFORE MOUNTING
(The table is designed to accept most Sears Craftsman
Routers. However, i1 will accommodate
with bases up to 7" in diameter by properly aligning,
drilling and countersinking the required mounting holes
into the thrcat plate).
ATTACHING SEARS ROUTERS WITH THREE HOLE
1. Remove the router base plate (back plate) from the
router, and put base plate an_ screws in a convenient
place for storage.
2. While holding
il to the
of the throat
plate, as shown
in Figure 6,