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Quackie the duck was helping me flow a set of heads today. He understands a little more about air flow than I do. It was nice that he took the time to explain some of the things we saw.



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Is that marine grade plywood used in that flowbench:)


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I take the duck suggests wet flowing the heads.
Well, he was all for it at first until I told him that he would have to be inside the cabinet and then he changed him mind. :shock:

The plywood is the best crap Lowe's had. (with extra emphases on crap).

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Do you use a standard shop vac with that setup? Or a Pro model?
ROFL.
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Do you use a standard shop vac with that setup? Or a Pro model?
ROFL.
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Do you use a standard shop vac with that setup? Or a Pro model?
ROFL.
Wags
There are vacuums more than capable of flowing a set of heads at every Home Depot. All you have to do is get on the roof and get the one that moves those shuttle canisters from the cash register to the cash room. You just need to make sure you have enough power at home to run it.;)



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I hardly know where to start....so here goes...
Do you use a standard shop vac with that setup? Or a Pro model?
ROFL.
Wags
Nope. Got six from grainger. They work just fine.;)

But I do use the shop vac to flow the dirt from my trucks interior.

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