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I picked up one of the Worx circular saws on sale at Woodcraft this weekend, despite my desire to get a tool with good dust collection built in. The fortunate part is that the chip outlet is pre-tapped to accept a bolt-on dust collection port (much like many other circular saws I have seen) but I have no idea who sells them! Anybody know where to get this piece to hook up to a shop vac? I know it has to exist!

Thanks for any suggestions,
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Well, when all else fails, just go to the manufacturer's web page, right? They had the part number listed and links to where to order it. Of course I ended up paying more in shipping than I did for the dust port, so I bought two while I was at it in case anyone else needed one.

If you do, just drop me a line and I'll send it on.
 

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I also bought the revolver saw from Woodcraft. Love it so far but makes a heck of mess. How much are you asking to purchase and send it to Ca, 95961. All of this assuming you still have the extra one.if you don't, please tell me where you got it.

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You can get one free. Call the toll free number in your manual and tell them you did not get the dust port with the saw and they will send you one for free.

Here's a site for the part numbers: http://ipl.ordertree.com/ipl/757/wt431kcom.pdf

The support people are great. I had mine in just a few days.
 
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