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03-03-2019 09:46 PM
DesertRatTom
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Originally Posted by DaninVan View Post
Heckuva deal, Ashley! Here's what you get up here...for twice the price.
https://www.kmstools.com/king-indust...llector-102672
Holy rodent poop, Batman, that is the same machine. Most likely made in the same fatory. You guys have to overthrow your government. They are milking y'all dry up there! Stop being so dog gone nice, A .
02-28-2019 03:26 PM
twmv86
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Originally Posted by A-1jim View Post
Here's a follow-up number he gave as an alternative, according to him"The p181038 is identical in size to the Wynn 35A "

I 'd send the link but I understand that's a no-no here.
for anyone else thinking about this donaldson filter i found some specs. $116 at amazon

http://www.michelecaroli.com/info.asp?
oempartnumber=69008917&donaldson=P181038



https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...k_ql_qh_dp_hza
12-20-2017 03:12 PM
BrianS
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Originally Posted by A-1jim View Post
I 'd send the link but I understand that's a no-no here.
Who says? Links are allowed once you attain 10 posts. The 10 post limit is there to prevent someone logging in, and spamming the heck out of us. As long as the link is in good taste. or is offered up to help the community, there is no problem.
12-20-2017 01:17 PM
A-1jim I'm sure you have that write Charles
12-19-2017 06:06 PM
CharlesWebster That one might fit. But the first number was no where near fitting.

You still have to manufacture your own mounting method and perhaps cleaning paddle. These filters are air intake filters for heavy machinery and are intended to go into a can or mount of some kind. There is no mounting hardware or rim on this.
12-19-2017 04:53 PM
A-1jim Here's a follow-up number he gave as an alternative, according to him"The p181038 is identical in size to the Wynn 35A "

I 'd send the link but I understand that's a no-no here.
12-19-2017 04:11 PM
CharlesWebster
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Originally Posted by A-1jim View Post
Seems like someone was asking for an alternative to a Wynn cartridge upgrade, According to Paul on another forum, you can use a Donaldson truck filter number P181099 on your HF dust collector.
I can't imagine how you could use the specified filter on a HF dust collector, the OD is listed as 6.08" and the ID of 3.48". I think he might have mistaken the length (15.3) for the diameter. See this web site https://damnfilters.com/products/p18...llector-filter
12-19-2017 03:44 PM
A-1jim Seems like someone was asking for an alternative to a Wynn cartridge upgrade, According to Paul on another forum, you can use a Donaldson truck filter number P181099 on your HF dust collector.
12-18-2017 09:33 PM
A-1jim The $150 is a better deal,I have three already 2 outside to cut down on noise and save on floor space,I find it easier and cheaper to have several HF DC units than to run a bunch of ducting. The three I have have been great for a number of years I highly recommend them.
12-18-2017 07:39 PM
Everend I finally used mine for the first time Saturday! It worked great. (it only took 8 months to get it installed
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