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    Im in Kitchener and there is not really anywhere I know of for buying bigger woodworking parts like dust collector filters. Mine only has a bad right now. I am not even sure if a pleated filter is a good idea for it. Anyone have a store close by to get them from?
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    Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

    Someone recently picked up a cartridge from Maddox in Hamilton. You are close enough to the border, it might be worthwhile looking at Grizzly.
    Don


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      Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

      I bought my pleated filters from the Peterbilt garage. About $55 apiece.
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      Sir Isaac Newton.

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        Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

        Ok I looked at welbec online seams they sell them too. Thanks guys. I will have to make a road trip and check some of these places out.
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          Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

          Originally posted by Matt Matt
          I bought my pleated filters from the Peterbilt garage. About $55 apiece.
          Matt,
          Can you share the details? Manufacturer, part number etc.
          Don

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            Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

            I got a filter made at Maddocks.... They do take single orders, but I believe are more geared towards industry... Some people are using truck filters from big rigs...

            I waited a long time for my filter with Maddocks, and wouldn't recommend them if you need a filter ASAP. What size DC?
            Pete C.
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              Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

              Originally posted by Don Burch View Post

              Matt,
              Can you share the details? Manufacturer, part number etc.
              Don
              They may actually be for Kentworth.

              they are Baldwin RS3534


              I chose to go with the 2 Baldwin filters as I have a close supplier to me and I did get them a real good price. They have double the amount of pleats at 2"deep and are metal reinforced inside and out. They are only 13.5 inches in diameter and are 25 inches tall.
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                Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                II bought a 1 micronbag at welbecs and a 5 pack of heavy duty clear lower heavy duty bags too. Was a nice drive out there. Nice store even tho i didnt look at any of the wood there. Got some more bad news through a text. We will have to deal with that now.
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                  Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                  Hi gang i am looking to replace my General International 10-510 m1 bag filters to canister with the pleat cleaner option. My diameter is 24 inches and GI has closed there doors. Does anyone know where i could get some canisters to work ? I'm in Raymond Alberta if that matters.
                  Thanks
                  Jeff

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                  • #10

                    Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                    thefiltershop.ca will custom make any filter you want. I have a JDS 750ER and filters from the MFG are expensive. I had thefiltershop.ca make 3 up for me with improved micron filtration and same CFM airflow for the price of 1 from JDS.

                    They have a few locations in western canada, but the custom filters are put together in Edmonton IIRC.

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                      Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                      Thank you cstephens i will look them up
                      Jeff

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                      • #12

                        Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                        Wynn ships to Canada and makes high quality filters.

                        https://wynnenv.com/woodworking-filters/

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                          Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                          Originally posted by Greg from K/W View Post
                          Im in Kitchener and there is not really anywhere I know of for buying bigger woodworking parts like dust collector filters. Mine only has a bad right now. I am not even sure if a pleated filter is a good idea for it. Anyone have a store close by to get them from?
                          Oneida makes a bunch of retro fit filters for bag style collectors. They're cleanable/washable, genuine HEPA (not "Hepa", or "hepa-like" or any crap like that) made in the USA, will ship to your door or you might be able to get them from Welbec.

                          https://www.oneida-air.com/inventory.asp?CatId={F433512C-BF2B-4A53-8628-FFE319A03170}

                          B
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                            Re: Where to buy replacement filters?

                            I bought mine from Welbeck Sawmill..............Regards, Rod.
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