Yes, I now see one on amazon.com
((Amazon.com product link shortened)72849750/sr1-2/ref=sr_1_2/104-9928090-5211122?v=glance&s=hi) for $70, but it does say
for the model 691 router. The 691 consists of the 6911 D-handle base and
the 6912 motor, while the 690 uses the 6902 motor. Is the motor difference
just the short power cable allowing it to plug into the D-handle?
On 31 Dec 2003 12:23:07 -0800, email@example.com (Dick Durbin) wrote:
the D handle provides a full palm grip a little further off center of
the router base compared to the standard fixed base. it also, as
mentioned by another poster integrates a switch where you don't have
to shift your grip to reach it. it's really a matter of preference.
I've worked with offset base routers enough to see the advantages, and
the folks I know who have them really like them. on the downside, they
are bulky and you pay a premium for them.
I have the PC 693. It comes with a plunge and a fixed base and
interchangeable motor. it is the same motor as yours. you can get
the plunge base by checking PC site for dealers. im looking for a new
fixed base and found some on E-bay. they may have a plunge base too.
its worth checking out.
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