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Hi all !!

Just wondering what you've been using for Dust collection port adapts on you fence ? I'm just finishing up my table, waiting for my T-track to come in !!
So I thought I would work on my fence ..

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Hi Randy

You may want to check out the links below,they have it all.

Dust Collection Dust Ports - Peachtree Woodworking Supply, Inc.
Dust Collection Index - Peachtree Woodworking Supply, Inc

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Just wondering what you've been using for Dust collection port adapts on you fence ? I'm just finishing up my table, waiting for my T-track to come in !!
So I thought I would work on my fence ..

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I took apart an old vacuum cleaner my Wife threw out. Used the fittings and hose off it.
I plug it into the back of the enclosed RT and then to the fence.

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I used a 1 1/4" hose off the back of my RT for about 4 or 5 months. There are a few wood species that tend to tear as the router creates a profile like fir, white pine and SYP to name a few. They almost always backed up at the throat or jambed in the ribbing of the flex hose.

I still use flex, but since I switched to 2 1/2" diam. hose I haven't had a clog.

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Thanx for the info ..
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