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have been trying to locate a Skil Router dust adapter..... went back to Lowe's where router was purchased ... no luck.... any info would be appreciated
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Greetings Bill and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us, and remember to have fun, build well and above all be safe.

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Hi Bill

Just make your own,,I'm going to steal a post from a member, he took some hvy. wall PVC pipe and cut it to the right height,than cut a hole out for the vac. hose to fit in than cut out a chunk of the pipe so it would just pop in the router and spring lock in place and sit on the base plate, I tried it and it works very well and is a easy way to make your own..

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have been trying to locate a Skil Router dust adapter..... went back to Lowe's where router was purchased ... no luck.... any info would be appreciated



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