03:57AM | 07/24/03
Member Since: 07/23/03
2 lifetime posts
(I posted this under "electrical" Maybe it should go here also)

Hi, Just found this site while looking for a noise reducer of some sort for my Craftsman 3.5 hp shop vac. I Bought a noise reducer from the Home depot but it doesn't reduce the noise. Searched Google and Bob Villa's input list a M/N 16991 craftsman but futher searches (his listings and craftsman site) found none. Does any one know if craftsman makes a noise reduction devise or if there is one out there some where that will work on my vac? Thanks in advance for you reply


07:06AM | 08/03/03
Member Since: 01/22/02
101 lifetime posts
Craftsman vacs are notorious for having loud motors, and I'm afraid there isn't much you can do about it. Se-rs does sell a muffler for their vac's but their effectivness is questionable. I had a craftsman for many years, was the loudest thing in my shop, I had to wear ear muffs everytime I used it. I now have a shopvac and it is very quiet.


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