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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-23-2017, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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Default Clearvue 1800 Cyclone

Unit is in Northern Virginia - either local pickup or I will drive part way if reasonable.

Partially assembled Clearvue 1800 Cyclone

Bought for my CNC but have decided to exit hobby
Motor unit is partially assembled.

Great opportunity to get this fantastic dust collector at a discount.

Unit includes a side by side filter stack to accommodate low basement ceilings..SEE DIAGRAM

Description from Clearvue website

CV1800 LH Single Phase System Bundle includes:

Leeson 5HP Motor - Single Phase
15" Blower HousingMade in the USA
15" Impeller
CV1800 LH Cyclone Body
90į Filter Transition
Hanging Plate
(2) 6" Flex Hose Clamps
(1) Filter Clamp
Cyclone Hardware Kit
(2) 9B300NANO Wynn Filters
(1) Set Wall Mounting Brackets (Included - $50 Value)
(1) Filter Clean Out Box (Included - $80 Value)
(1) Electrical Box with Remote Control (Included - $250 Value)




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Sorry to hear you are giving up woodworking,that is a nice set-up. You didn't put a price on it, I would guess it is not free.
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I'm also sorry to hear you're getting out of the hobby. It would be a great improvement over what I have but I'm guessing Kansas is a little too far to meet.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Curious as to what you want to price it as

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Sorry...forgot to add the price...Doh. I am asking $1800.
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It has sold...
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