2017 High quality FV Series Foot Valve Supply to luzern
2017 High quality FV Series Foot Valve Supply to luzern Detail:
Manual operation, smooth actuation.
Small operating force, small diameter.
Easy to install and dismount.
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"Based on domestic market and expand overseas business" is our development strategy for 2017 High quality FV Series Foot Valve Supply to luzern, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Poland , Afghanistan , Amsterdam , "Good quality and reasonable price" are our business principles. If you are interested in our products or have any questions, make sure you feel free to contact us. We hope to establish cooperative relationships with you in the near future.
To bid on this item please go to https://www.municibid.com/Listing/Details/4885082/2001-Case-590-Super-M-4×4-Extendahoe-Backhoe-w-Front-Bucket-and-Forks
Up for auction is a 2001 Case 590 Super M 4×4 Extendahoe Backhoe. As of February 262015, it has only 2943 hours on it, but that number may increase before it is sold. This backhoe has the following features:
-Front and Rear Ride Control
-Heat and A/C
-Front Bucket (ACS GP 1.25 yard)
-Forks (ACS FK S-10)
The cosmetic condition is as pictured, with reasonable wear. Like all of our equipment, this has been fleet maintained by our professional in-house mechanic. The company logo will be removed before sale. There are no known issues. This backhoe runs great, and is a great piece of equipment!
Little DIY trick on sucking water without filter removal or cleaning out your shop vac.
UPDATE: While doing a patent search I found there’s actually a patent on this idea. Patent #20070028416 A1 listed under the name Sucket Bucket and it was issued to James Dunkel and Trevor Dunkel on Feb 8, 2007.
I have still not found this on the internet anywhere so since they are not making them I will leave this video on YouTube.
UPDATE: Thanks to David Rizzo for this comment…
I made it and you are right the sides suck in, every time. I found the solution to it, I drilled small holes in the top in various spots while sucking up water from the sink until the sides stopped sucking in. It still draws water and no longer sucks the sides in. I have a 2 inch vacuum and a 1 inch hose for sucking up water, so i have twice as much vacuum as I need that is why the sides suck in.
By Ivan from New Zealand - 2015.06.21 17:11
This is a reputable company, they have a high level of business management, good quality product and service, every cooperation is assured and delighted!
By Bella from New Delhi - 2016.11.20 15:58