Yes, but you may have to drill the proper
holes in the mounting plate. Most tables are available with pre-drilled plates.
Hint: Get a router to dedicate to the router table if you can afford it. One that can be adjusted from the top will save you a lot of time and trouble. A router raiser is a very nice luxury.
My wife once gave me a $100 gift certificate to Rockler. I used it buy a router table top on sale. But by the time I had bought a fence, an Incra fence adjuster, a Bench Dog router raiser, and a PC 7500 router motor, it cost me $800 more. But it has been worth it to me. It seems like I use the setup more than any other tool in my shop.