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Old 11-09-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default Need adjustable air hose

I have a Delta 40-640 saw and would like to move the air tube so I don't have to lift the arm up every time I want to lift up the wood to get the scrap out. Where do I buy the articulated (sp) air hose?
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I got mine from Seyco. It's for an Excalibur but I can't see why your Delta couldn't use it. It's pretty common to all the flexable hoses I've seen. I just connect the air tube and mounted to my top arm with zip ties. Much better then what I had before. Hope that helps.
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Kit 40413 $8.16

May need an adapter depending on how yours is set up. I actually have a small pump so I connected this direct.
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PieGuy, when working with the Loc-Line soak it in very hot water to snap and unsnap the segments.
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PieGuy, when working with the Loc-Line soak it in very hot water to snap and unsnap the segments.
Yeah, hot water DON'T use a heat gun!

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Delta is owned by Dewalt so try any Dewalt repair shop. They may be able to get one for you.

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