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  1. Brian H
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    Thank you Jim. :icon_redface:
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  2. The Great Oz
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    Multi-truck rug plant operators as well.
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  3. Derrick T.
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    Thats the billionaire dude ya been cleaning for? Larry Ellison? Thats a rich dude.
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    Compliments to the title

  5. sOOper hero
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    LOL
    I'm thinking the only thing Mike knows about Greece is this

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    LTA
  6. Mikey P
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    **** you, Ive read far more Greek mythology than you have..


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  7. SamIam
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    Is it a 4.5 blower or the 4.7 Does it gave the high heat?
  8. steve_64
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    5.9 high heat.
  9. SamIam
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    Is that tha magic wand ?

    Or did you get a used butler
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  10. jcooper
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    He hasn't given us any details yet...

    His photo showed a Butler.:rockon:
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  11. steve_64
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    The WM very is 5.6 the 2010 butler is a 5.9.

    Been busy cleaning the basement got a bunch of rugs coming Tuesday to clean.
  12. sOOper hero
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    Butler does some screwy marketing to call it that Steveo
    They've never put a 59 blower in a TM....nor even a 56 that I'm aware of

    .L.T.A.
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    Jenny told him that
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  14. steve_64
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    It's what I was told. I'll look up the numbers later.
  15. sOOper hero
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    if not mistaken, their marketing called it a 5-8
    It's not a 59, 58 or 56 blower though

    ..L.T.A.
  16. steve_64
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    It looks as big as my 56
  17. sOOper hero
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    BUTLER MAXIMUM VACUUM/BLOWER SYSTEM
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    • Vacuum/Blower customized to Butler specifications with idle, normal and Mach II speed features
    • Capable of displacing over 500 cubic feet of air per minute (CFM)
    • Includes 3" custom smooth-flow fittings, hose and couplers from recovery tank through entire vacuum/blower and silencer system for maximum performance and air flow
    • 3-position speed control switch adjusts vacuum/blower speed (air volume) for delicate upholstery cleaning, normal carpet cleaning and for “dual-wand cleaning” (Mach II)
    • Automatic belt tensioner
    • Easy view oil level indicator(s)*
    • Panel-mounted lubricating port for convenient servicing (not shown)
    • Remote oil drain valve(s) for ease of servicing*
    • Remote grease fittings with high-pressure, braided stainless steel connecting hoses located in front of vacuum/blower for convenient servicing
    • Couples to Ultra-Quiet Silencer System
    • Complimentary vacuum/blower oil for first oil change
    • Complimentary tube of vacuum/blower grease
    • Color-coded items referenced to schematic
    • Satin black finish
    STOCK# K47
    * The Butler Maximum Vacuum/Blower used in combination with the Butler Maximum Heat Exchange System has two gear cases with oil indicators, drain valves and no grease fittings.
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  20. steve_64
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    I questioned the low speed rpm but it's not an issue. I'm very happy with my purchase.

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