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has anybody had any experience with the triton 6 inch sander polisher. If so may I ask what the dust extraction is like on it?
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Peter I can't seem to find a picture but generally speaking the ones with a canister and using the motor fan to move the sawdust into the canister only work so-so. If you can attach a vac to it it will be much better.
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I agree with Chuck and here is what you need to connect from your sander to your shop vac. You also need some radiator clamps with thumb screws to keep the ends attached to your sander. I don't know if Rockler ships to where you live but I hope so.

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I agree with Chuck and here is what you need to connect from your sander to your shop vac. You also need some radiator clamps with thumb screws to keep the ends attached to your sander. I don't know if Rockler ships to where you live but I hope so.

Dust Right® Universal Small Port Hose Kit | Rockler Woodworking & Hardware

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