Battery Powered Shop Vac

605dano

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Anybody have any suggestions for for the best battery powered shop vac for sucking crevices and cleaning up bedrock? Also any tips or tricks for getting into those crevices? Is a hepa filter a plus or minus? My home corded shop vac took a crap and I'm looking to replace it. Thought getting something I can use prospecting would be a plus.
 
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RTR

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Try adding a jaw crusher and impact mill to start with for weight......lol.
No thanks.This works for what I'm doing,moving boulders :)
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Reed Lukens

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Yeah it adds up but I got it down to two 5 gallon buckets View attachment 2032992 View attachment 2032991

Yup, that looks great and No Generator either... :headbang:
I used almost exactly the same set up as yours, with my own MacKirk, now I'm in the desert with the Ryobi battery vac & sds+... I was carrying my generator in for the old VAC sds+ or I still carry then gen in for the Sierra Blaster, lights & air system when tunneling.
 

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