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Blank Stabilizing Chamber

I built this chamber to do a project, turns out its taking me forever to do what i intended because its not big enough. so i need to build a different one.
You get everything you see in the picture that's chamber related. you will need to get a vacuum gauge and hose, i used a digital gauge that is not included.

Made of 4" Clear PVC and is 12" tall. Works great, just not big enough for me.

THIS IS NOT FROM TURN TEX, I BUILT THIS ONE

Im gonna ask $110 plus shipping to you.
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