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Spring Removal As I mentioned in our last issue, I am always asked at wood shows how I adjust my router so easily.Many woodworkers have plunge routers mounted in their router tables and can't adjust the height of the routers as easily as they see me do it.
The reason: they have not removed the springs from the plunge mechanism.I will, therefore, take you step-by-step through removing the springs from most of the common routers on the market.This issue we will look at the Dewalt 625.
If you have another type of router watch for it to be covered in future articles.Make sure that your router is always unplugged before attempting any procedures such a those listed in this article.SAFETY FIRST! Step 1Lay the router on it's back with the threaded rod face up and lock it into position.
Step 2Remove the large nut and the knurled slip nut that are at the top of the rod.Step 3Lay the router on it's back with the lock mechanism down to the table surface.Step 4With your body against the base plate, and your hands on the router, release the lock mechanism.
The base will press against you and will start to slide off.Step...