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windowgleamtrowbridge

Yeah planned on making just a standard attachment from one of the pole ends that go into the ground. Didn’t think about it at the time but could have just squished one to make a crevice tool!


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Yeah planned on making just a standard attachment from one of the pole ends that go into the ground. Didn’t think about it at the time but could have just squished one to make a crevice tool!


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Yes the end poles have no taper on them, just cut to length and fashion it in a vice. [emoji106]

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[mention=413]TJTOPCAT[/mention] where did you get your Vac from? cheers m
@scottishcleaningservice that vacuum is the 3000 watt wet/dry, I used to import from China and sell to car washes. I've had it since 2012 and it's never skipped a beat. [emoji106]

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windowgleamtrowbridge

Perfect! I was probably running at 32ft or so and it was sucking everything up the crevice tool. It did get clogged in the tool a couple of times though. Other than that it did a great job!


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Great should sticky this post@gav

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Perfect! I was probably running at 32ft or so and it was sucking everything up the crevice tool. It did get clogged in the tool a couple of times though. Other than that it did a great job!


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Which vac was it again?

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Well worth the £400 investment I made. Already have £570 of GFS jobs next month and quoting another £100+ one on Wednesday! So happy days! All came exactly at the right time!


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Well worth the £400 investment I made. Already have £570 of GFS jobs next month and quoting another £100+ one on Wednesday! So happy days! All came exactly at the right time!


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HALTON

Yes I have the quick release ones as I bought my setup last year from gutter systems (regret) as only 1400w machine and poles heavy I weighed the ones from gutter systems just over 800g these flag poles 600g makes a big difference so now looking for the quick release clamps but don't want to pay the gutter systems prices

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Can we maybe modify the bolt clamps using bicycle wheel quick release bolts?


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Can we maybe modify the bolt clamps using bicycle wheel quick release bolts?


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Not sure m8 what about this vac eBay item number 292320080187

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I think[mention=413]TJTOPCAT[/mention] uses one similar

 

 

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Not quite the same, but looks a decent vacuum.

 

Just one piece of advice, the cloth filter basket that comes with your vacuum.

Use it all the time Wet or Dry.

Can't stress how important that is.

The only problems we used to get was when customers used the vacuum with no filter in.

With no filter in, any particles will get sucked directly in to the motors fan blade and that the motor knackered.

 

 

 

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Not quite the same, but looks a decent vacuum.  
Just one piece of advice, the cloth filter basket that comes with your vacuum.
Use it all the time Wet or Dry.
Can't stress how important that is.
The only problems we used to get was when customers used the vacuum with no filter in.
With no filter in, any particles will get sucked directly in to the motors fan blade and that the motor knackered.
 
 
 
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Any one know we're you get the quick release clamps not the ones with the bolt but ones with the handles so you can quickly release them ?

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Try these...

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F121913837280

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