The Ultimate Hod Shop Vac Dust Collector Cart So many unique features, it blows the doors off other designs!
This video shows you why you need a Shop Vac Dust Separator Cart, and how to make one
Tired of horrifyingly filthy shop vac filters and the high cost to replace them?
Eliminate the dust before it gets to the shop vacuum filter.
The first step to fixing your shop vac issues is admitting that you have problems with your shop vac.
Step 2: make this easy DIY dust separation and collection cart that has so many cool features not seen anywhere else.
Step 3: Your wet dry vac will operate at its peak efficiency, and you’ll save a ton of money!
Plans, parts and tools lists, diagrams, electrical schematics and more for only $9!
This Hot Rod Shop Vac Cart is easy to build using simple tools and makes a fun project. It can be made in a weekend, or faster for those with more DIY experience.
While it is easy to make, it can be even easier with detailed plans, visual parts and tools lists, diagrams, video and more. Access to this package is available for just $9! Details are below.
Don’t let the amount of detailed information included make you think this project is complicated! It is simply thorough, so even complete DIY beginners can make this great shop vac cart!
Peak performance and so many cool features all in the same space as your current wet dry vacuum setup!
The Hot Rod Shop Vac Cart Plans Membership makes this DIY project even easier!
Now just $9, and packed full of features!
Features of the Hot Rod Shop Vac Cart Plans Membership includes:
A 17 Page PDF
- Visual Supplies and Tools Lists show you what the item looks like. Bring it to the store or use it at your computer as a shopping list to gather your materials
- Electrical schematics for the outlets and switches, and for wiring the LEDs
- Tips, tricks and helpful information
And, 6 Video Modules with further information on:
- “The Legs”
- “The Platform”
- “The Cyclone and Lid”
- “The Bucket Handles”
- “Other Types of Vacs” for modifying the plans to accommodate different sizes of vacs, and alternatives if your shop vac feet don’t have built-in tool caddies for connecting the legs
- “The Fittings” to see how the “pipework” fits together
Going broke buying shop vac filters? Filters are expensive and when they’re clogged, performance drops dramatically.
Not only that, a whole bunch of dust sneaks past the filter and blows out the vacuum exhaust, all over your work area. It’s unhealthy and messy.
What could be done that wouldn’t suck up valuable floor space?
Adding a dust and debris separator filters out dust before it can reach the shop vac, resulting in clean filters and top suction performance. It’s like upgrading to a more powerful vacuum without buying a new one.
This dust collection cart only occupies the same space as your original shop vac, and it adds a whole bunch of new features that will make you wonder how you ever got along with a plain old wet dry vac!
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Resources for The Ultimate Shop Vac Dust Collector Cart
These are the tools and supplies I used to build the Hot Rod Shop Vac separator cart. Alternative and optional tools are listed below in addition to the main components. You do not need all of them, so feel free to substitute or use what you have available.