Admin nuggethunting Posted June 14, 2019 Admin Report Share Posted June 14, 2019 Hey Guys, I know there are some expert drywasher/dry vac gold prospectors out there. I have (2) Echo 2 stroke engines on 5 gallon bucket dry-vacs and one corded new Rigid (pictured below). I know on the Echo systems, they blow a ton of dust out one side, but if I wanted to use the corded Rigid Dry Vac in the field with a small Generator, do I need to keep the big air filter in it? Reason I'm asking, one person told me I needed to remove it, so I started questioning myself about it. Any recommendations on a small portable generator that would power this ok? I probably just need something to power the vac, trying to stay as lightweight as possible. I guess either way, you're dragging fuel into the field ..... Thought about dragging my Keene 140 Drywasher, Generator and Dry Vac into the field and give it a whirl. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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