Guts for $105.
Good idea or bad idea???
I've got a small gara^H^H^H^Hshop that, oddly enough, resembles a single bay
of a garage. Wondering if this is an inexpensive way for someone with
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In my opinion, it's a great idea - which may be why I did it. I didn't use this
kit. Instead I gathered the pieces and parts individually. However, I probably
would have used the 930 cfm kit had it been available at the time I built mine.
Wichita, KS USA
Doesn't look like such a great deal when you compare to:
Amazon.com: JET AFS-1000B / 708620B Air Filtration System ($189.00 no
shipping), comes with case, eyebolts, and remote control, and right now if
you spend another $10.99 in tools and hardware you will get $25 off,
bringing the total cost to $175.
So for the PennState kit, add the cost of plywood to build the case,
eyebolts to hang it, and labor, to the $105 + $10 shipping.
I don't know the relative performance of each unit, or if the PennState
comes with a remote control.
Take a run by Lowes and ask the manager what kind of price he can give you
on a Delta--they're discontinuing the Delta product line for some reason
and just about everything is heavily discounted.
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