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  1. Thanks all! Received the extractor today and will put it to use soon....
  2. Thanks for the response, @Mordekyle. What bags do you prefer to use?
  3. Thank you @rcarnes911 Which bags do you get and where from?
  4. I think this is worth a mention. Yes it's refurbished, but it comes with the factory warranty. eBay seller rfbdirect has the DeWalt Flexvolt extractor for $365.99 plus $27.55 shipping plus tax of $32.47, for a total of $426.01. The bare tool everywhere else is generally $429. Amazon has is currently for $395 (seller is CPO). So this comes in right at the same price as it generally sells for new.......except it includes two Flexvolt 6.0ah batteries and the DCB118 charger. Pretty great deal if you ask me. Seller has three left..
  5. Ok, I know this will obviously suck up drywall dust. But it's marketed for concrete dust and there's virtually no mention of it being used for drywall dust, which I would definitely want to use it for. Any negatives to using it for this in addition to concrete dust? In regards to the fleece bags....are those supposed to be disposable? I haven't seen a pic showing that they can be emptied. And I don't imagine the intent is to shake all of the dust out the hole it came through lol....
  6. Awesome, thank you! So on the cart, between the handle and the boxes, I keep a level and the DeWalt blower. Is there any chance you could post a couple of pics showing what kind of room there is when the hose is wrapped around the extractor? I appreciate the response and video - thanks!!
  7. Does anyone have this setup: The Tstak cart with the collapsible handle and the FlexVolt extractor/vacuum? I'm wondering if when the extractor is on the cart at the bottom with say a few Tstak drawer units on top of it, is it easy to wind the hose around the extractor for storage? Seems like it would be a pain with the handle of the cart where it is. If anyone has this setup, would you mind posting pics? Seems like most of the pictures I see, the extractor is on top which seems like it would block access to storing levels, etc. between the handle and the stack of Tstaks.
  8. Copy, thanks. Seems like you should be able to order one offline, but I guess not.
  9. Picked this up and it works with the remote but apparently doesn't come with the remote. Anyone know where it can be purchased?
  10. I'm pretty happy with it. Easily moves cool air from our 1st floor to the 2nd floor when needed. More than happy with the purchase. 1 hour 42 minutes on high on a 4.0ah battery.
  11. Moze

    DeWalt 20v Mower

    Thanks! Completely agree! Yeah, they just don't have the torque of a gas mower so they're definitely going to struggle with wet grass. But under normal conditions, they're pretty great.
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    DeWalt 20v Mower

    I scored this off 5miles for $230. Super happy with it. I've seen lots of differing opinions on this mower. Some have made it sound like it's a piece of junk....namely the ridiculous video Dirt Monkey did calling it '1st place for the worst mower of the year' while proceeding to run it in mulching mode through deep, wet grass. Ok, news flash - pretty sure DeWalt didn't intend it to perform in heavy wet grass. It's not a head-to-head competitor for gas mowers. It's advertised as 'perfect for properties up to 1/4 acre'. Common sense would also indicate that since it's battery powered, that 1/4 acre wouldn't be comprised of high wet grass. Dan and Eric noted how run time sucked with the 5ah batteries. I definitely believe that. With the Flexvolt batteries though, it's great. I ran it with the 9ah Flexvolt batteries and was able to mow my entire yard with juice to spare. I then took those same two batteries out of the mower and put one in the new Flexvolt blower and the other in the 20v trimmer and was able to trim, edge and blow everything and still had juice left. So does this thing suck? With the 5ah batteries, yeah, the RUN TIME probably does. With the 9ah though, it's great. I have about 10 Flexvolt batteries and after reading/watching the "horror stories", I figured I'd be going through all of my batteries. Pretty happy that one pair gave me enough juice to mow, trim, edge and blow. The cut quality is also very good. I have thick St. Augustine grass and it cut great. The mower is also very light, even with the steel deck. Bottom line, I love this thing and am completely happy with it.
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