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Frequently asked questions.

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Simply unclip the rear door buckles, secure supplied door strap to the hook on the roof and use tipping action to empty with ease.

Our machines are supplied with a tow coupler to suit a 1 &7/8” tow ball. Paddock Vacs can also be hitched using a towing drop pin. Most clients use riding mowers, quad bikes or small tractors.

Yes, the Honda 4 stroke motor has a very light pull start.

No, our Honda 4 stroke motor uses regular unleaded gas & is environmentally friendly.

Anywhere from 1 to 2 hours.

Yes, our machines can pick up manure from shavings with minimal loss of bedding, wet patches are easily vacuumed in seconds.

Yes, you can adjust the Honda revs to take just the manure from the ground by hovering the nozzle over the manure.

Yes, even if the manure is in a puddle our powerful vacuums will remove the manure and the puddle.

Yes, both models are designed to be used from your tow vehicle. Simply drive beside the manure pile and point the collection nozzle at the manure to remove it in seconds. Place the nozzle on your legs while driving between piles.

Yes, even if the manure is in a puddle our powerful vacuums will remove the manure and the puddle.

Local Honda power equipment dealers or your local repair shop can assess any motor damage and repair if necessary.

Being locally made in the US all parts are available from our Nevada warehouse.

Yes, we do ship to Canada.

 

*Canada shipping disclaimer
When ordering for delivery into Canada from our US-based company, please note that you may be subject to import duties, taxes, and fees imposed by Canadian customs. These charges are beyond our control and are the sole responsibility of the recipient. We suggest consulting with Canadian customs authorities or a licensed customs broker for further guidance and assistance regarding the clearance process and associated costs.