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  • Delta p.20 40-680

    I just purchased a Delta 40-680 and didn't notice it was missing the air nozzle hose. Does anyone know where I can purchase one? thanks

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    Should be able to get one from your DeWalt dealer... here is a link after doing a quick internet search for one though, pretty sure the nozzles are the same? Nozzle,Air [286311-00] - $16.86 at eReplacementParts.com

    I have seen, someplace, where you can get a bladder and hose set up and mount it yourself off to the side of your saw... if I remember where I saw it I'll re-post.
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