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    Well, bless my wife. She knew I wanted to get the air filter system and said "Since your not working at 100% with a half of a lung missing, why don't you get a better filter". Do I love her or what. So what I actually got was a Delta AP200. It's 750 CFM which is over double the capacity of the one I was going to get. After Amazon's discount special it only cost $60 more.

    Harris
    Last edited by harrisg; 02-11-2006, 03:20 PM.

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    well Bless Her Pea Picken Heart!!!!-- she sounds like a "keeper " to me- Give her a hug and go make her sumthin purdy just fer her -
    Sharon
    PS- Tell her Shar says Hey

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    • #3
      psst sharon....... I dont think he is buying us ours!
      Dale w/ yella saws

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      • #4
        Don't give up hope yet. Let me check with my wife and see what she says. I'll get back to you. Wait a second. You know that saying "Don't hold your breath"? Well ignore that. if you do hold your breath, you won't need an air filtration system.

        Harris

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        • #5
          But even if we do hold our breathesses-- who will help dust up all the "dust"? my saw makes -- sure isn't agonna be me . I'll be to busy turning blue..-or is it green?
          Sharon

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          • #6
            I dunno Sharon, but Im starting to get the impression he isnt going to come through for us! Signed,
            Turnin blue n growin weak
            Dale w/ yella saws

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