|Item Weight||6.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 8.8 x 12 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||6931|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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PORTER-CABLE 6931 Plunge Router Base for 693
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- Replacement Plunge Base for Models 693LRPK and 694vK
- Compatible with Router Motors 6902, 6902vS
- Six depth stop positions for versatility
- Dimensions: 12.5 by 8.8 by 12.0 inches (WxHxD); weighs 6.4 pounds
- Comes with 1-year warranty and 30-day performance certification
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Porter-Cable gets a big "F" for the "manual" that comes with this product!
I rated this product a "3" because Porter-cable went the route of using a cheesy, generic, instruction pamphlet-style manual that requires a magnifying glass to read...sort of like those manuals you get with cheap alarm clocks but bigger in size to cover alot of products. It covers router and plunge-base products and allocates about 4 lines to converting your (6902 motor in my case) to the plunge base. You really have to hunt for these 4 lines.
I almost sent the unit back because I followed the scarce directions and my 6902 wouldn't slide far enough into the plunge base. "Finally"...I figured out that taking out the "Motor Clamp Screw" (allen head) completely with the small plate and barrel-nut it attaches to, allows the 6902 motor to slide all the way down and be seated correctly in the plunge-base.
Re-install the "Motor Clamp Screw assembly" after the router motor is in the plunge-base.
Directions say to loosen the "Motor Clamp Screw" approximately 1/2" but that's not enough. Not the best design as it takes patience to use the little allen wrench supplied to re-tightened that "Motor Clamp Screw".
If your planning on going back and forth alot between fixed-base and plunge-base; save yourself the aggrevation and just buy a plunge router to go along with your fixed-base router.
Once I completed the install...no problems. Worked very well as advertised.
The only two small cons I could find with this base is that if you let it travel to the top quickly, it can stick in the upright position, and require a gentle tap with a hammer on the left tower to release; the second is that it's a tad harder for a leftie to use-- I'm used to that by now, though.
In the 'would have been nice to have' category, I wish it had a dust collection port adapter. If you're routing signs or doing inlays, you spend a lot of time removing chips to check progress.
This is a surprisingly useful addition to my router arsenal. I love it.
Good purchase, excellent service from Amazon.
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