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OK so I'm not the brightest light in the room, or the sharpest knife in the drawer. When I read the answers to my initial question I realized my error. I just didn't write the question to what I was thinking.

I just purchased the Down Drafter for my Miter Saw. It has a 4" dust port. I was going to put an adapter that would reduce the 4" to a 2 1/2" and use a shop vac rather than use my 1 1/2 hp Jet DC that I have dedicated to my Dewalt Planer.

I hooked up the Down Drafter both ways. Had I done so prior to asking my question I would never have asked it. Obviously the 4" hose was superior to the 2 1/2"

I guess the difference to a dumb question vrs an intelligent question is the degree of embarrassment that the latter will give you.

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Hello everyone one question since I am new to the forum. We repair electric motors and routers, generators, inverters, phase converters. where on the site can I post our services? Thanks
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Hello everyone one question since I am new to the forum. We repair electric motors and routers, generators, inverters, phase converters. where on the site can I post our services? Thanks

Start with putting as much info as you can on your profile. Then people will now where to find more info on you.

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