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I'm trying to install a dust shroud on a Dewalt 625 router. The kit - DW6915
I've been looking for an exploded drawing but have hit a wall. Dewalt does not have one.
Has anyone out there installed such an animal ?
It looks so different from my Festool router. And looking at the parts I received from Dewalt, I'm beginning to doubt the set up will actually work. There's no kind of shroud
to surround a router bit.
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Hi Gary, could this be of help ?
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Thanks for the drawing !
Looks like this unit will need serious modification.
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