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    Any one know where I can get the complete connecting rod in a reasonable time? thanks mike

  • #2
    HMMMM, Just need to know where I can get one. Its a type 2 saw. Got it tore apart on my workbench and really would like to get the part and put it back together. Only online source I can find says 10 days + to ship.


    • #3
      I don't know where you have looked, but you can try here: DeWALT DW788 TYPE 2 parts breakdown on
      Dan in So.Ca.


      • #4
        Yeah I checked them. Small print says ships in 10 to 14 days. I'm gonna check with a dewalt repair shop in PA and see if they will ship me one. I just hate to have it torn down in the shop for 2 weeks.


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