If this is supposed to be a Dusty Deputy for Festool, shouldn't all the Festool hoses just fit out of the box? I am not sure why the nozzles are tapered and an adapter has to be used for the 36mm hose. I cut 20mm off the intake nozzle on the Dust Deputy as I haven't really liked using the adapter they included. Sure it works, but I would rather have a straight in connection. Am happy to report the 36mm hose now fits securely without an adapter. The 27mm hose fit securely before the modification and also fits securely after. I don't have a 50mm hose, but I would guess that would fit securely now as well.
I also cut 20mm off the top nozzle because the cyclone is supposed to fit in the systainer upside down for transport (quote from manual below). It was a bit too tall so I wasn't able to latch it. With the 20mm cut off the top nozzle, I am now able to latch it.
You can put the hoses in the box and turn the top upside down and latch the top down to transport the Dust Deputy to a job site so the cyclone is protected.20mm off both nozzles with a hacksaw Dust Deputy for Festool 036 (Custom).JPG
(95.43 KB. 1024x768 - viewed 89 times.)36mm hose attached Dust Deputy for Festool 058 (Custom).JPG
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(145.58 KB. 1024x768 - viewed 99 times.)Cylone now can be latched in systainer Dust Deputy for Festool 054 (Custom).JPG
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