|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||19 x 10 x 8.5 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||9067500|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||8-Inch x 2.5-Inch|
|Style||8-Inch Utility Nozzle|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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SHOP-VAC 6" UTILITY NOZZLE W/BRUSH, 906-75-00, 8-Inch x 2.5-Inch
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Utility nozzle fits any vacuum that uses 2-1/2" diameter accessories. 8" across bottom and 6" in height.
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...it was spectacular. You can't just shove it in there, show a little patience, and work on the top layer of leaves and move the hose, then you'll find that it's constantly sucking. The angle is perfect, so you can really get into the gutter. Seriously, life changing. I attached it to the hose, then used one of the plastic pieces to extend on the hose, and then the curbed part. Again, spectacular. I wish I had thought of this before.
Description says -"2.5-Inch by 40-Inch Extension Wands"
This description is plural 40" wandS.. There are not 2 - 40" wands but 2 - 20" wands to make 40". This is very misleading.
Operation: It stays together just fine if you are using it as a vaccum. As a blower, the other reviwers are right, it just blows itself apart. I understand this was built to be inexpensive, but it needs something to hold the pieces in place. Some use duct tape. I had the same problem with my handheld Stihl leaf blower. So I drilled tiny holes in the tube where the holes meet and stuck small nails in them. That works fine.
I also agree that using it as a vacuum is the best way to work this machine. I get a lot of sticks in the gutter and they tend to block the vac hose on the outside, so I occassionally have to pull it down and remove those sticks. Kind of like the dog carrying a long stick and can't get it through the door. I used the blower to clear out the downspout (if anything) by sticking it down the top of the downspout.
Debris: I have a lot of trees and the leaves have just started to come down. I filled up the Ridgid vacuum 1.5 times over approximately 60 linear feet of gutter. There was a lot of wet debris in it, it had rained 1.5 days prior. I couldn't see in the gutter, but that is about as much debris as I would ordinarily pull out by hand.
This is probably going to be the method I use from hereon out. I've gotten to an age that my balance is not what it should or used to be. A couple good tumbles decided that for me. Second, it costs on the average $120-150 to have the gutter cleaned once professionally. It paid for itself first use. It probably takes the same amount of time to do it with the vaccum vs. by ladder and scooping debris by hand. I see the gutters overflowing a lot in the summer, so it will be nice to do a quick vacuum. The setup time is minutes as is the cleanup time.
I don't recommend using this without the vaccum tub. It will blow debris all over the place and adds nothing to the performance.
We had a fellow clean out the gutters once with a leaf blower. He got the whole thing done, walking on the roof in 15 minutes. He left a mess all over the ground and the house. Then I had to go cleanup that. Another reason not to try to clean with a blower.
Doesn' take much storage space, but you will want to rinse out your vac and hoses after you are done. Don't forget to remove the vacuum filter before you start.
1. I have a larger shop vac 12 gallon, 5.5 horsepower. I say this because if found my best technique was to blow out the looser debri and then follow with a quick vacuum. The resulted in the fastest and cleanest of my gutters
2. The kit came with 2 20 inch extensions. I think this probably would have been enough for single story house. My original shopvac came with 2 20 inch extensions for a total of 4 20 inch expensions. My house is a 1.5 story meaning half of my basement is above ground and my gutters therefore higher. With all 4 extensions the reach was easy and did not have to use anything to make myself taller and i am 5 foot 5 inches.
3. As a refernce, my trees produce smaller leaves but had also been in the gutters long enough to turn into mulch and large chunks of this were able to be blown out
So i would recommend for larger higher horsepower shop vacs but would not be able to say whether lower horsepower shovacs would work
By S. Eckert on January 19, 2020