Triton 3.25HP Router Motor
The same diameter as the discontinued Porter Cable 7518—classic design for lift-mounted use offers no-frills power and performance.
Triton’s heavy duty TFBR001MOTOR is a 3.25HP router motor that powers through the most demanding lift-mounted tasks, including raising panels, routing stiles and rails and applying larger roundovers and other edge profiles. Mount the motor in the lift of your choice, including the Rockler Pro Lift or SL Lift (sold separately), for easy height adjustments and bit changes. Old school design promises rugged reliability.
- Heavy-duty 3-1/4HP motor with maintenance-free sealed bearings
- Adjustable 5-speed dial provides variable speed from 10,000 to 21,000 RPM
- Soft-start motor automatically adjusts to provide constant speed under load
- Spindle lock button for fast, easy bit changes
- Tough, precision-machined aluminum motor housing for heavy-duty use on the most demanding routing tasks
- 1/2'' collet accepts large bits—easily spins 3-1/2'' diameter panel raising bits when mounted in a lift
What Router Lifts will This Motor Fit?
The motor has a diameter of 4.2'', the same as the discontinued Porter Cable 7518. Check your lift to be sure it will fit. Among others, it will fit:
- Rockler Pro Lift (#52429, #55803)
- Bench Dog Pro Lift
- Sawstop (#50464)
- Incra Mast-R-Lift II (#47737)
(1) 1/2'' Collet
(1) Spare set of brushes
(1) Instruction Manual
With the Rockler Protection Plan you'll get accidental damage coverage immediately upon purchase of your tool. Plus we will extend the manufacturer's warranty for your choice of an additional 1 or 2 years. We'll take care of all parts and labor for any repairs with no deductibles and no hassles. If your tool can not be repaired we'll gladly replace it. Available in the US only. Click here to learn more.
Standard Manufacturer's Warranty: 30 Days, 36 Months with Registration
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