At 08:57 AM 3/10/98 -0500, you wrote:
>A more serious note. Since blowers were brought up, I've notice
>that new blower prices are (well to me) out of sight. Most of
>the time I always try to find used ones cheap at hamfests and
>fleamarkets. Who has cheap, new blowers for sale? The
>conventional sources have been checked, but I was wondering if
>there is this secret blower store out there?
Check out the Dayton blowers from Grainger. (Probably get them
somewhat cheaper at other vendors but Grainger has a number
of stores across the country and they usually have stock of the
The 4C006B is designed for high backpressure. Will really cool
a big tube---but the thing is pretty noisy. If you move a lot
of air any blower will make noise, though.
73 John W0UN
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