McConnel - Lost Shop Tour?

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    While digging through the old site files, I ran across this PDF file that had no information other than a number of pictures. The file title was McConnell.pdf I can't find any reference to it on the site.


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    Original PDF Document:
    McConnell.pdf

    • Carlos
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      Carlos commented
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      What's in the PVC tubes?

    • twistsol
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      twistsol commented
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      My guess would be shop vac hoses. It looks like the bottom one has a 4" adapter on it.
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