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    Matt Lau

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    John McGovern

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    Tim M Tuttle

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    Carl Beckett

    Dust collection barrel

    Thread Starter: Carl Beckett

    What is everyone using for a dust collection barrel? I have a heavy duty plastic trash can I put a gasket on. But it 'implodes' at times. Before I go messing with reinforcement, maybe I should just ditch it all together for something more suitable (ideally cheap and readily available locally). ...

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    Ronald Blue

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    I have a locally available Camaster Stinger III. It's a 4 X 8 machine with a three head setup. Whats the benefit of the three head arrangement? Is it an alternative to an ATC system? What's a fair price? He says it was $18,000 new. He's discounted it a lot from that amount. Nearly half. He did say...

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