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Lee Valley Dust Collection Accessories Bellefontaine OH

It bends, expands and compresses to snake around obstructions or to collect debris directly in hard to reach places. It comes in 2-1/2" and 4" diameters. It's about $10 for three feet and it's very handy. Both accessories are available from direct from Lee Valley .

Hochstetler Lumber
(937) 468-2482
77 W. Country Route 113
Bellefontaine, OH

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Lowe's
(937) 599-4000
2168 Us 68 South
Bellefontaine, OH
Hours
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Lakeview Hardware
(937) 843-4220
Midway Plaza Rt 33
Lakeview, OH
 
West Mansfield Ace Hardware
(937) 355-3581
229 S Main St
West Mansfield, OH
 
S & L True Value Home Center
(937) 652-1088
1711 E State Rte 36
Urbana, OH
 
Fastenal- Bellefontaine
937-593-0065
811 S. Main Street Bellefontaine, OH, 43311
Bellefontaine, OH
 
LOWE'S OF BELLEFONTAINE, OH.
937 599-4000
2168 US 68 SOUTH BELLEFONTAINE, OH, 43311
Bellefontaine, OH
 
Lakeview Ace Hardware
(937) 843-4220
Route 33, Midway Plaza US ROUTE 33
Lakeview, OH
 
Williams Hardware
(937) 653-4166
795 Scioto Street
Urbana, OH
 
Skelley Lumber Company Inc
(937) 653-7158
1300 N. Main St.
Urbana, OH
 
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Lee Valley Dust Collection Accessories

Tool News - Lee Valley Dust Collection Accessories

Lee Valley released a couple of very handy accessories for dust collection. The first is a swivel connector that reduces stress on hose fittings, which means it's easier to move portable dust collection around the shop. At $7.50, it's money well spent. The other accessory is an expandable hose. What's nice about this short hose is that is holds its shape. It bends, expands and compresses to snake around obstructions or to collect debris directly in hard to reach places. It comes in 2-1/2" and 4" diameters. It's about $10 for three feet and it's very handy. Both accessories are available from direct from Lee Valley.

(Swivel Connector)

(Expandable hose)

(Expandable hose)

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