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Old 01-23-2018, 07:29 PM   #11
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Stinger shop vac here.

Now my knowledge of aviation ordnance... nevermind. I don’t need to get in trouble, if it redissolves, probably wouldn’t work anyway.
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Old 01-23-2018, 10:20 PM   #12
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I used a suction gun for years, when it failed I never bought a new one. Been using a small shop vac ever since. @skoronesa built a badass suction gun out of copper and posted it on the p h a c - m e forum.
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I used a one or one & a half gallon shop vac, yes corded never had issues. Used it to vac out the remaining tank water also.
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I've seen on the self but never used all of our trucks are equipped with a Ridgid 4.5 gallon propack wet/ dry vac. which comes with a 20' cord. It is small and portable carries like a tool box. easy to manage. Also doesn't break apart and dump water all over the customer's floor at the worst possible place.
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I use the "bucket head" from HD, It the one that clips to their 5 gallon buckets.
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I use the "bucket head" from HD, It the one that clips to their 5 gallon buckets.
I bought the "bucket head" from lowe's and I'm amazed at the quality and the suction, its a shop vac brand after all! I then bought a longer hose for it.
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I have seriously considered the bucket head vac. if they made a cordless version I would get one in a heart beat, but chances are it wouldn't take my batteries. Someone needs to make some battery adapters for between brands.

The bucket head vac would be great if I could slim down my toilet supplies to fit in my bucket with a lid or if it fits a 7 gallon bucket.
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Does it fit noburst buckets?
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The shopvac version has...wait for it....Kicked the bucket!

https://www.shopvac.com/product/shop...catnum:6004511
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The shopvac version has...wait for it....Kicked the bucket!

https://www.shopvac.com/product/shop...catnum:6004511
That's the one I bought 3 months ago at l.o.w.e.s. Better looking quality than the no name HD brand
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