I'm not familiar with the 893. The question would be is how is the locking pin engaged? button on the side? lever to flip? The Triton automatically engages at a certain collet height but I don't think will work with a lift as it has it's own built in. I have a Freud in my table that uses a cam turned by a lever. I can turn that cam from the top of the table.The PC 893PK router has a spindle locking pin that, once engaged, lets you change bits with a single wrench. I'm wondering if anyone KNOWS whether this pin is accessible from the top-side of a Jessem Mastr Lift Excell router table. I found a review that stated that one can accomplish a bit change with this router from the top-side of SOME router tables. Since the Jessem is so pricey, I'd hate to buy it only to find that it wasn't all accessible from on top.