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Old 11-15-2014, 11:48 PM   #1
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Small & Light, got myself one of these for doing the Rides!
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At 2.25 HP it does ok ...still a bit noisy though!
Comes with attachments and a short cord, so ya an extension is needed.

Works good on those hidden under seat french fries & makes quite the racket when the lost quarters get sucked in!
Even a louder clunk when a AA battery goes though!
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"Works good on those hidden under seat french fries"

In case of being stranded, can one eat those two year old french fries found under the seat? I have noticed they do not mold....
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Good Question Michael. I think I would pass on that idea!
The fries would probably be rock hard, and might break a tooth trying to munch on that!

I just used the shop Vac on the engine air filter & box. Was a bit dusty.
I tried using the air out/leaf blower, hey not bad...
Overall for a small Shop Vac this thing works pretty good !
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Nice Shop-Vac, I have 2 of the Shop-Vac Contractor models, got them a few years ago from Lowes, I have a 5 gal 5.5 HP, and a 16 Gal 5.75 HP one, the 16 gal has a built in water pump, which is pretty nice, came in handy at my old place when the basement started to take on water.
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