Help with router table

I inherited a Ryobi Plunge router and an unused Craftsman Router Table. I would like to mount the router to the table but have a problem with the holes. The Ryobi uses two holes on the base and the Craftsman Table uses 3. I went to Sears and purchased an adapter but now the screws that came with the router are to big to fit through the adapter. As much as I would like to build my own table I feel bad that this $140 table would go unused. Is there anything out there that would allow me to connect my Ryobi Router with this table?
Thanks
Lars
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You're going to feel even worse once you use a good table and fint that you have a rather poor example of one.
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Drill holes where you need them. Once it is mounted, start construction of a good router table and fence system. They buy a Bosch, Porter Cable, Dewalt, Milwaukee router and sell the old one. I gave mine away and felt good about it.
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Sun, Oct 17, 2004, 6:07pm snipped-for-privacy@crap.com (Highspeed) wants to know: <snip> As much as I would like to build my own table I feel bad that this $140 table would go unused. Is there anything out there that would allow me to connect my Ryobi Router with this table?
Yeah. Sell it, make one.
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a drill.
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