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I have a craftsman digital router model #302-50429 I'm looking for 1/4 Inc Collet and a dust collector. Craftsman can't even find the model # in there system. Where can I find parts for it
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Maybe ereplacement parts but most of the time you find that Sears router parts are unavailable. If you just need to go from 1/2” to 1/4” then I would just get a reducer bushing from MLCS or Rockler for about $4.
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Ty for the information
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