So your leaf blowers work just as good as the master blaster?
I've never tried a master blaster.
Yep. You’re right. And $200 is probably my budget.I’d go with the highest CFM blower you can get for your budget. For drying a car that’s what you want large volume of air to push all the water off the car.
My Atlas works great. The nozzle clips on. It would never fly off. Only problem I have is the battery charger doesn’t work. Bought it at Harbor Freight. I’ll just go back and get another one. The battery came half charged. So I was able to use it for 20 mins. Lol. Worked great blowing the water off my car.Which ever style blower you decide to
Don’t let the nozzles
fly off and project themselves
Towards the car.
That’s the best , highest cfm ego blower makes. Maybe I’ll wait to see if it goes on sale with the Holidays coming up.I use a leaf blower to dry my cars. There's no real risk unless you're somehow using it in a dusty environment. You obviously need to be careful not to blow gobs of hyper accelerated dust and sand on the car. I also have one of those EGO 765cfm cordless blowers. Zips the water right off
To wash, I use an 1,800psi Greenworks power washer with a foam soap attachment.
I’m looking for shelves for my garage wall. I need more space. (I also need a bigger garage. lol. I have a small 2 car garage). My walls are finished with drywall.Yeah, I'm a Lowe's poster boy. Pretty much everything home related comes from there. Got a nice central wall mounted vacuum from them too.
Thanks. I’m a little surprised how expensive those shelves are but I’ll wait for those to go on sale too. Lol.I used fairly regular shelves in mine. The center wall shelf is one of those bolt to the wall hidden hardware designs. The others are just plain old shelves put in from the mix-n-match brackets and shelf section. I love the gladiator brand cabinets.
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The detail shop I took my Hellcat to had a brand new C8. It was a grey ish color. It still had the temp paper plate on it. They were gonna PPF the whole car.Thanks, I don't have that one anymore. I ordered a new 3LT convertible. I traded the red one in when the 3LT went into Chevy's version of D1.
Looks really nice man.FWIW, I paid about $20 for the shelf in the corner on the far left. The one above the bicycle, which isn't shown in this photo very well, is similar to the photo you linked. I use 4 brackets and a simple shelf plank as that shelf has my car show trophies and vintage oil cans (which are all unopened and full).
I traded in my excellent condition low mile 18 Camaro 2SS. That car was quick and fast. I got it up to 150 easily. In cold air. It could’ve done 175 at least that time.Yep, 0-60 in 2.6-2.7. They're awesome from 0-100 and 100-0. Once you hit 105 or so, the car hits a brick wall. Totally different feel than a HC, which just keeps pulling. This thing's lateral grip and responsiveness is a thing of poetry though.
You thinkin of upgrading to a new ZO6 next?Yep, 0-60 in 2.6-2.7. They're awesome from 0-100 and 100-0. Once you hit 105 or so, the car hits a brick wall. Totally different feel than a HC, which just keeps pulling. This thing's lateral grip and responsiveness is a thing of poetry though.
I haven’t researched the new C8s too much but Yea I read 0-60 under 3 seconds and 11 second 1/4 mile.Nah, those are 130-150k. Too rich for me. My cars are daily driven... I can't justify a use case for a daily Z06. The Stingray can do upwards of 180, it just has a serious acceleration drop off after 100. 0-60 in under 3 seconds, but 100-150 takes a long time.