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SAllan

02:52PM | 04/17/05
Member Since: 04/16/05
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Bvmoney
Need a brush holder (2-624197-01) and brush cap (1-624198-01)for model 315.17390 craftsman router. Service person suggested I buy a new one. I'm good to go with these parts. Where can I buy on-line. Not available through *****.

hmunro

01:37PM | 02/13/07
Member Since: 02/12/07
2 lifetime posts
Hi, just did a search to try to find out info on my Craftsman Router Model 315.17390 and found your query. I know you have probably found what you were looking for (brushes replacements), but if you didn't, try the Ryobi help line at 1-800-323-4615. I was wondering though, would you happen to the the owner's manual for the router? Is there some way that I would be able to get a copy?

doug seibert

03:50PM | 02/13/07
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
You MIGHT be in luck....

OldWoodWorkingMachines has manuals/PDF files for 315.17380 ....(also a 315.17480)

Usually numbers this close are SIMILAR Ryobi models........

http://www.owwm.com/MfgIndex/Publications.asp?ID=222#Routers

"...measure once.....cut twice....throw that one away and cut a new one...."

hmunro

04:19PM | 02/13/07
Member Since: 02/12/07
2 lifetime posts
Thanks very much anyway... already tried that website. I saw the manual for 315.17980, but the router is completely different than my 315.17390 model. I will have to keep checking that site if I can't get one from another source.
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