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Agrifab leave vac

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ckain(mi)

07-09-2018 18:16:24




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I need about 8 inches more to the vac hose on the trailer. I got it with only 64inches length and I need more. A new hose is very costly.. What could I use that is 6 inch in dia, and 8 to 12 inch length.




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ed will

07-15-2018 19:23:19




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
Hi, maybe a piece of 6" light pvc. No flexible but maybe fit in where flex is not needed. Ed Will Oliver BC



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DR. EVIL

07-12-2018 16:56:48




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
6 inch non-perforated plastic field tile is what I used on my home-made Trac-Vac. Worked good for many years.



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Bob

07-10-2018 11:42:47




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
If you happen to be in an agricultural area, grain vacs use similar (but maybe a bit heavier) hose and long lengths of it get replaced when damaged. I.D. sizes vary by size of vac, and brand.

Perhaps you could advertise on Craig's or ask around at a grain elevator or feed mill for a length that is useless for it's original purpose, but would have a short section usable for your needs. Looks like the piece in the photo is darned near used up!

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jeffcat

07-10-2018 07:24:43




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
Go on Ebay right now!!!!! Look at bid 263665152067.



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Texasmark1

07-10-2018 06:18:21




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
Mobile home AC/heating duct would be slick but may not be strong enough to tolerate the abrasion from the leaves and sticks. Might put trks suggestion in the middle of your existing hose since it's rigid and you want to minimize dragging it around. HD and Lowes stocks stove pipe.



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Butch(OH)

07-10-2018 04:34:21




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
Hope you find something but I had same issue a few years ago. There are some cheap alternatives to the regular vac hose but they didn't last very long, sticks etc poke holes in them. I ended up buying the real deal on Ebay 8' section was just under $100.



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jeffcat

07-10-2018 07:22:24




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to Butch(OH), 07-10-2018 04:34:21  
Agree Butch. That flex hose is pretty tough stuff. Cheep is not going to cut it. There are several listings on Ebay where you can get extra long hose sections. Usually end of rolls. Buy it by the foot. The hand wand hose is 12ft. and I now have a 20ft. Very long but can get a lttle out of control. You park the machine and you can walk in and out of the bushes.



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t.r.k.

07-09-2018 18:52:51




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to ckain(mi), 07-09-2018 18:16:24  
Stove pipe, or heater duct?



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ckain(mi)

07-11-2018 14:13:04




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 Re: Agrifab leave vac in reply to t.r.k., 07-09-2018 18:52:51  
I like the idea of stove pipe, a 6" elbow right on the vac engine, then the flex hose..



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