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Old 10-02-2017, 12:23 PM
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Great tutorial, Gary.
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Here is how I did mine. I bonded it all back to the dust collector control box ground lug.
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Gary, I see you recommend running wire on interior of DC hose. Could one get the same effect by running outside but maintaining metal to metal connections?

I'm thinking something like 1/16" wire rope with crimped eyes on ends. Can be more limp and flexible than stranded copper.

If I'm reading this right, isolating dust collection as a whole from machine frame is desirable, correct?
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Carbidetooth...

Gary, I see you recommend running wire on interior of DC hose. Could one get the same effect by running outside but maintaining metal to metal connections?

No

If I'm reading this right, isolating dust collection as a whole from machine frame is desirable, correct?

Yes, desirable and necessary
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