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I would like to know if dewalt has any collets for there rotary tool. i need one 5/3. i would also like to know where to get it.

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Go directly to their service site at Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number and you will see what is available for it. Then you can also check to find a center or repair facility near you.

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