New Vacuum time what would you suggest

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  1. spitfyre

    spitfyre OT Supporter

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    :wavey: Ahhh spring is almost here and I want to replace my shit cavumm with something that will make my life a little easier any suggestions in the $120 range?
     
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    cavumm? lol

    Coming from a guy that has a giant 16 gal 5.75 hp, I'd recommend something small and powerful. I've used a couple of Rigids lately that were like 2 or 3 gal/2 hp and were strong as shit! I'm thinking about getting rid of my big shopvac for one of those.
     
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    I've had good luck with my Craftsman shop vac. It's going on 5 years old and still strong as hell.

    edit: I HAVE been eyeballing that new Dyson handheld though. I have a Dyson for the house and it's freaking awesome, so I'm thinking that one would be good for cars. Just not for sucking up wet stuff.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    There is already a vacuum thread on this page...
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    Heard that little dyson stinks...

    As mentioned in the other vacuum thread, I got a smaller 5hp 4 gallon one from Sears and have been happy with it.
     
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    Well thanks for that. Just saved me some money. I'll stick with the Craftsman.
     

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