I'm always averse to tossing out things that could be useful. Especially if there are already nicely installed.
Been scratching my head for a couple days wondering what I could do with the suction pump.
- keep it as a low power wet vac?
- use as a powered shower tub drain?
- powered grey tank dump?
Given that I plan to use it in winter as a basecamp for ice climbing and skiing, being able to suck up random wet spots would be handy.
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We all have appliances left over from decommissioning, and, while the vacuum is tempting, I think using its motor is probably more effective repurposing. It’s too low-power for a wet vac, but yeah, it could be an evacuation suction pump without contaminating it.
New build of 1996 4x4 GMK3500 6.5L turbodiesel Type-I ambu, module by Wheeled Coach, 53k mi
Depending on what pump came with your ambulance you can use it as a air pump. Horton has a steady 35 psi heavy duty pump in it. If you reverse the inlets it becomes an air pump. Get a filter on eBay for the suction side attach a hose to the other. I don’t know if it will do full size tires. I haven’t tryed that yet but it’s great for blow up beach toys, rafts and ATVs tires.