Dust Boot v2
Dust Boot v2

Dust Boot v2

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$64.99
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This is a z-independent dust boot and does require one of our bracketing systems.  Please use caution when choosing the bracketing system that fits your specific machine and configuration.  (see bundle deal below)

Our v2 design comes with the same great features as our previous v1 design... z-axis independence, removable Face part (for easy access during bit changes), rear mounted hose design (to maximize front access to your whole assembly), and interchangeable hose adapters (for easy connection of any extraction unit).

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What's not included:

If this is your first time purchasing one of our Z-Independent boots, be sure to also purchase a z-independent bracketing system for your machine.  See below for bundling discounts.

Customer Reviews

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Marty Mitchell
Great for videos!

I love everything about the v2, especially the removable front piece. I make YouTube videos and this feature allows my viewers an unobstructed view of the router bit in action. The dust collection is excellent with the front piece attached, and still better than some others I've used even with the front removed!

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Mike Finnigan
Recently bought the dust boot v2 from PWN

I installed the dust boot v2 on my new spindle from PWN and have no complaints. It is working just liked they said. I like the rear boot for the types of projects I do. It is easy to set up and I like the fact you can take off the front cover brush and change a bit. So far it is a thumbs up for me! Thanks PWN

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Timothy Taylor
Slow Getting The Dust Boot.

Very responsive in messaging, no complaints there. However, the dust boot took a while to get here. I did reach out to the seller and they did check on this issue for me. The issue I had was the holes in the acrylic piece was off pretty bad. I reached out and the response was when they cool the pieces would wrap by 10 percent. To fix it, I had to sand the sides and re drill two holes to make it work. A little to pricey for me to have to rig it up to make it work. I did get it to work. And it does work good in sucking dust.