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Does anybody have a parts list to change the pocket hole rear clamp to pneumatic conversion. I hate having to reach around back to clamp the piece. I bet if Kreg offer a reasonable priced kit it would sell. No I cant afford a Foreman for my home shop.Thanks Michael

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Michael, that's a great idea and I may think about converting my K4 to pneumatic.  A small cylinder is available for less than $20, with a 2" stroke, double-acting.  A double-acting foot switch would be the best way to operate it so both hands are free.  A few brackets, hoses, connectors and some ingenuity would complete the job, for about $50 total.  The regulator on the compressor should allow fine-tuning the holding power without damaging the workpiece.  I will post some photos and details if I decide to do it.  Thanks for the idea.

Michael,

I'm sorry to inform you that we do not offer a kit like you are referring to.  I have heard of our customer's doing this but they did not supply us with a list of parts to do so.  If you do decide to do this, please feel free to share the parts list so others can follow suit if they wish.  

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