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Fox TM 9500 and supplies for sale

Phedis

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Hey guys, I have finally gotten around to wanting to list this machine for sale if anyone is interested. It's the Fox 9500. The machine has 55 hours, everything is in great shape. My grandpa designed and manufactured these machines for several decades out in Long Beach,CA. He gave me this machine that he built for himself and said that he put a larger blower in this machine than what he normally put in them. I looked up the blower model number but cannot find the exact model or its equivalent. It's a Tuthill Model 5006-21R2. Everything in the picture is included and I am sure you guys will need more info so let me know what questions you have. I know brand new they go for $28,955 but I am open to reasonable offers. I already own two businesses and don't have the time to start a carpet cleaning business as well and I don't want this machine just sitting and collecting dust when someone could use it. Thanks.

Here are the specs per the current Organic Compounds website:

Model 9500
Frame Footprint: Width: 32.52" (2" Mounting Tabs) Gauges: Voltmeter
Height: 30" (Clearance 36") Vacuum
Length: 54.5" (Clearance 65") Hourmeter
Weight: 1080Lbs Temperature
Engine: GM Vortec 50HP High Pressure
Battery: 48 Month Low Pressure
Vacuum: 5.9 Roots Tri-Lobe Blower Oil Pressure
Inches of Life:15 H.G. Tachometer
CFM: Free Flow 850 Hoses: 300ft 1/4" High Pressure
Silencing: Low Blower Noise Solution- Test 2500psi
Waste Disposal: Automatic Dump 300ft 2" Vacuum
Recovery: Stainless Steel Tank with Nylon Filter Hose Reel: Double- 300ft
Pressure Pump: General Pump 2500psi @4.2 G.P.M Installation: Approx. 3hours
Heat: Propietary Heat Exchangers, Main Blower Exhaust
 
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Is that yellow hose in the first picture a built-in dust downer? I can't think of anything else it could be. It seems like a good idea if it is especially if you use the TM with a Turbo vac or something or even if you use a tool on upholstery to prevac.
 

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Is that yellow hose in the first picture a built-in dust downer? I can't think of anything else it could be. It seems like a good idea if it is especially if you use the TM with a Turbo vac or something or even if you use a tool on upholstery to prevac.
To be honest I am not sure but that is what is seems like it would be.
 

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Also not sure what this goes for since it is a bit older(even with low hours). Is $23k asking too much?
 
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Is that yellow hose in the first picture a built-in dust downer? I can't think of anything else it could be. It seems like a good idea if it is especially if you use the TM with a Turbo vac or something or even if you use a tool on upholstery to prevac.

I believe that a hose bypass to cool down the temp. If I remember right the fox machines don’t have a temp control
 

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Bryan, that is a nice machine! You shouldn't have any issues with getting it rehomed. Good luck my friend
 

Phedis

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Hey guys, I am back again with the Fox machine. With Covid and everything, selling it kind of took a backseat. It's still for sale and I am asking $12,000 o.b.o if anyone is still interested. I have started it roughly once a week just to keep it running.