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Thread: FS: 3 DC bags [plastic] - 56" circumference - fits 18" diam DC

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    FS: 3 DC bags [plastic] - 56" circumference - fits 18" diam DC

    I bought these bags from Wynn for my Delta 50-850 DC, but they are just a bit too small. I believe they will work well with an 18" diam DC. I think they are 4 or 6 mil thick, and seem pretty strong.

    I cut one down by about 4" or so, after I stretched out the top trying to fit it on. They are [laid flat] 28" wide and 39" long - 2 pristine, and one cut a little short but otherwise good.

    Wynn sells these for $13/10 plus shipping. How about $5 shipped CONUS.





    Last edited by ken werner; 01-01-2010 at 05:51 PM.

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    Bump to reflect price drop to $5 shipped. I just want them out of the shop.

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    The bags is gonesky.

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