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    Clearvue Cyclones

    From November 28-30 Bushey Brothers (owners of Clearvue) is offering "Almost $400 off" one of their systems. I am extremely happy with my Clearvue MAX, and expect all of their systems would be comparably good. Go to www.clearvuesyslones.com
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    I've had the CV in my sights for quite some time, maybe now is the time to replace the POS Oneida I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred hargis View Post
    I've had the CV in my sights for quite some time, maybe now is the time to replace the POS Oneida I have.
    Which Oneida do you have, Fred? My 3hp Super Gorilla works great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Plesums View Post
    From November 28-30 Bushey Brothers (owners of Clearvue) is offering "Almost $400 off" one of their systems. I am extremely happy with my Clearvue MAX, and expect all of their systems would be comparably good. Go to www.clearvuesyslones.com
    This link should work better: http://www.clearvuecyclones.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Arnold View Post
    Which Oneida do you have, Fred? My 3hp Super Gorilla works great!
    Mine's an SDG as well Bill. I've been nothing but unhappy from the day it showed up ( a very long story). Should have went with the CV from the start, now may be my chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Arnold View Post
    This link should work better: http://www.clearvuecyclones.com/
    Oops. Sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fred hargis View Post
    Mine's an SDG as well Bill. I've been nothing but unhappy from the day it showed up ( a very long story). Should have went with the CV from the start, now may be my chance.
    I'm curious about your layout now. I had Oneida give me their engineering recommendation based on my shop size. I wanted a tweak to it and they checked it and said it would work just fine. Basically, the 8" inlet on mine is split into two 7" runs to the first drops a few feet away, then tapering to 6" and 5" and finally to 4" for the machines.
    Last edited by Bill Arnold; 11-27-2014 at 05:32 PM.
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