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Offline Greenhart

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Mounting a kapex to a vacuum
« on: October 17, 2018, 06:11 PM »
Hi, new member here and Festool junkie for about the last 2 years. It started innocently enough with just a track saw, then a sander and a natural slip down to a kapex then a vacuum.... Seriously though, the other day I started thinking about a mounting plate to attach to my vacuum like a Systainer while moving it to set up at a job. Googled it and haven't found anything? I can't be the first person to think this would be a practical little project?

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Offline kevinculle

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Re: Mounting a kapex to a vacuum
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2018, 06:57 PM »
If your Kapex is frequently moved you really shouldconsider the UG cart and extensions.  Moving usually involves lifting in & out of vehiocles, going up and down steps, etc. and the vacuum/Kapex combo would be heavier and more awkward.