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Track Saw Dust Cover Compatible with Makita (40v GPS01Z)

Track Saw Dust Cover Compatible with Makita (40v GPS01Z)

Regular price $10.00 USD
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***Please take note of the manufactured date printed on your saw where the battery clips in. The batch from 12/21 has a hole size 2mm larger and needs a special version. Every other date is fine and works with v1***

Almost all track saw manufacturers have made an inadvertent mistake. They've left a hole in the side of the blade enclosure that diminishes the maximum dust extraction capabilities.

You spent a lot of money on your track saw, and you should NOT have to resort to putting ducktape on the side of your saw just to get great dust extraction!

My 3D-printed cap snaps firmly into the arbor hole on your track saw and is easily removed for the times that you need to access the arbor bolt for a blade change. The matching brand color makes it look like it came from the factory and no one will ever know it's a 3rd party accessory.

With your track saw hooked up to a dust extractor, paired with my cap, you can stop breathing in hazardous 0.3 micron sawdust that is escaping your track saw and work with confidence in your health.

I ship the next business day (sometimes the same day if you order before noon) and guarantee a PERFECT fit.

A note on fitment: the cap is made to fit very tight at first. It may be difficult to snap in at first, but over time it will loosen up as the tabs wear slightly. If it's too tight, you can take sandpaper or a file and gently sand down the tabs until you get a friction fit. If for whatever reason it's not fitting properly, I am happy to send you an adjusted cap that will.

Important instructions: Because the shape and angle of the arbor hole are so complex, the fit can be finicky. I found the best way to install the cover is to register the top tabs first, and then seat the bottom tabs. Removal is done in the reverse order. Pull up on the bottom tabs first. If you must use a tool or screwdriver, be very careful not to scratch the paint on the saw or place undue pressure on the plastic walls of the cover. If the fit is too tight (I'm not sure how tight and consistent Makita's machining tolerances are), you can easily dial in the fit by taking some sand paper or a file to the tabs. Just go slow.

***Do you have a different Makita track saw? The arbor shape and size are different depending on the type of Makita saw you have. See my other listings:

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