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BushSkinz.

Same as when you asked last time.

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What brand side steps are they? Guessing a fair bit more solid than the factory ones?
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Well? Whats the grey matter contemplating about manufacturing a few?

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BushSkinz.

Same as when you asked last time.



Oh yeah so you have, whoops, checked a while ago and you hadn't replied to your thread, thought you may be ignoring it being a little tied up with your NJ 3.2 build
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Well? Whats the grey matter contemplating about manufacturing a few?

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Happy to manufacture a few, and after checking the cost of the material again, I'd be happy to manufacture & sell the adaptors for $40 each, including GST, excluding freight - I currently don't know what freight would cost.

The Top Spin was another story. The guesstimated list price I was given for the Top Spin was quite optimistic - the official list price at Hitachi is $153.35 ex GST.

After some negotiation, if I buy a few at a time, I reckon I could sell a Top Spin for $140 including GST, excluding freight - again, don't currently know.

So, given that the Top Spin pricing is higher than I previously indicated, are people still interested?
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http://www.westernfilters.net.au/Don...001249inlet-3/

http://www.westernfilters.net.au/Don...let-3-or-76mm/


Are these the same as a top spin? 170 vs 320 cfm
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So, given that the Top Spin pricing is higher than I previously indicated, are people still interested?
Yes please, the TopSpin looks a little less agricultural than the clear version that Dicko found in the links above.
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The first link (H001249) is listed on the last page here as the equivalent to the H002437.

The main difference between the Top Spin and the Full View is that the Top Spin ejects the dust & dirt as it goes, where the Full View needs to be manually emptied when it fills. See this page for an overview of Donaldson's different pre-cleaner products. Read this document for more information about the Top Spin.

Of the two linked, both have the correct nominal sizing to work with my adaptor, but I haven't tested them. The HD is heavier, listed at 1.5kg vs the Top Spin at 0.4kg - I don't know how my plastic adaptor will cope with the additional weight. Even the lighter version, at 0.73kg, is significantly heavier that the Top Spin.

As for air flow, the H002437 Top Spin I've used is rated 100 - 200 cfm. I chose this as I wanted one for low-speed off-road work, which will also work at typical highway cruise conditions - not that I normally use it on the highway. I've also had mine on while climbing sand dunes at full throttle / beyond the redline. They will pass air at significantly higher flow rates if required, but it's not the "standard operating condition" they're designed for. From comparisons made while travelling in convoy with similar vehicles, there isn't a significant difference in off-road fuel economy between the ram head and the Top Spin. On the bitumen, at typical highway speeds, the Top Spin uses about 10% more fuel.

If you're interested in the Full View version, I might be able to convince Hitachi to let me test-fit one on my adaptor.
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Think the Top spin will win out just on weight alone.
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I forgot all about talking to you about this sorry NJ, I had a few days away and have been busy at work. At this stage I don't have any major dusty trips planned so won't go ahead at the moment, but maybe next year if we do look to plan a Gibb River Road trip for 2018 then I'll be in touch (if you are still willing to make them at that point).
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I forgot all about talking to you about this sorry NJ, I had a few days away and have been busy at work. At this stage I don't have any major dusty trips planned so won't go ahead at the moment, but maybe next year if we do look to plan a Gibb River Road trip for 2018 then I'll be in touch (if you are still willing to make them at that point).
No problem grhyso - if my printer's still working I expect I'll be happy to print them.

On the weekend I had the opportunity to do some highway cruising with twisted32.

We were travelling at 105km/h, using the fuel economy displays to compare relative economy between the vehicles - my NT on 32s, and his NW on 31s.

With the ram head on top of the snorkel my consumption was registering 0.1 l/100km higher; with the pre-cleaner installed, my consumption was 1.0 to 1.1 l/100km higher. The NW was displaying around 11 l/100km, so the increased consumption due to the Top Spin was equivalent to about 10% at 105km/h.
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