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    in line with making my workshop as dust free as possible I need assistance on the following

    looking for dust extractor units for a
    Makita 3600BR...think Ive found a supplier in NZ hopefully they will answer emails
    early model Ozito router 1/4 it appears Bunnies have a complete Ozito router plus attachments, maybe there is one hiding somewhere but I think its long gone
    Dremel have the router attachment but no dust extraction

    if anyone has any info on parts available please share here
    Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.

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    I have an old Makita 3620 router and I bought a dust chute from Makita about 18 months ago. They may have yours in stock. I think itís 192036-4.
    on another point - itís a bit of plastic held in place with two screws going through to flimsy projections and screwing into the base. Iím real careful that thereís no drag on the hose when using as I reckon it would break off easily.
    cheers

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    thanks for that info.
    Makita AU dont have it in stock.
    The NZ outlet looks unpromising
    Amazon AU $79 Amazon USA wont ship to Aus.


    so Lappa any other info would be appreciated
    Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.

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    The one on amazon au for $79.17 is 192035-6 which is the same as the one I bought for my 3620. It’s not the same part number as the one that is listed for the 3600br but may fit. The important dimension ( I think) is the size of the hole in the base that the chute fits into. I’ll measure my router and dust chute tomorrow if you like.

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    Hereís some photos and dimensions from mine. P/N 192036-4.

    dust chute.

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    Base of router

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    Dust chute fitted

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    Dimension between mounting screw holes - 75mm

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    If your mounting holes are the same dimension then a chute the same as mine should fit. If itís different then the chute is the other part number I mentioned.

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    Mounting holes are the same, will ph the NZ outfit first, theres is only $au24, plus postage

    appreciate your help
    Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.

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    Thank you Lappa. I had an extra part in the box of a recently purchased second hand router. Now I know which make and model it is for.
    Tonyz please contact me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyjack View Post
    Thank you Lappa. I had an extra part in the box of a recently purchased second hand router. Now I know which make and model it is for.
    Tonyz please contact me.
    have done so................
    Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.

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    whose a happy chappy. Received lovely box in the mail today, now already fitted & tested BONZA.

    Kevin I thank you.
    Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.

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