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Old 02-20-2015, 04:37 PM   #1
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i need the dust port for a makita saw .i have a part number but it is not sold in the states .can someone hook me up with a dealer out of country ?
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Old 02-20-2015, 05:08 PM   #2
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Whats the part number?

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http://www.makitauk.com/shop/parts
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Have you tried this place: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/
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THAT IS SO COOL ,but wouldn't you know it the number the service center wasn't on the list . 450 316-7 . there wasn't a number even close to it .
looking to get the dust shoot for a 5104 ,makita 10 1/4" saw .
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Have you tried this place: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/
I did ,they show it but give no reference # .so I called Makita usa -thats were I got the part # and told it needed to be purchased out of country
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Might be cheaper to make one....
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Can't you just print one out?
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Can't you just print one out?
do not understand question
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Try this one....

http://www.makita.co.jp/
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Try this one....

http://www.makita.co.jp/
did you see the high pressure nailguns ,hard to read .they write to fast
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well i was surprised that this is easy to do .i easily found someplace that would ship . i was also shocked of the cost .12.38$ for the part but 52$ once i added all cost's .for that much i will let the saw blow chips in my face .you think it was a festool part.
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Is this for their XSH01 36v saw?

I tried to find the port as well but gave up.
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Is this for their XSH01 36v saw?

I tried to find the port as well but gave up.
I tried as well. I don't give up easily but I did. I couldn't even find the part number on the exploded view.
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no -the 10 1/4" circular saw .new model .model 5104.
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I tried as well. I don't give up easily but I did. I couldn't even find the part number on the exploded view.
The part number is 196520-1, I couldn't find anyone willing to ship though. It's a $2 part.

http://www.neureiter-shop.at/flipboo...index.html#163
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i googled Makita Canada .ignored the country of origin question ,made the order and went with paypal .at that point i had the actual cost . hope that helps

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