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I Don’t See My Ridgid Model Number

Last modified on 01-28-2014
Ridgid tools doesn’t use type numbers, so the only thing you need to find on their products is the model number. And you shouldn’t have a problem finding the model number on your Ridgid tool, as the company makes them very easy to find.

You can usually find them on the top left corner of the nameplate, which is most likely near your motor. When you search our site for Ridgid spare parts, the model number is the only number you’ll need.
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Greetings guys! Just received my first order from you, and wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your company. I got the proper replacement part (14' hose) for my Ridgid shop vac, paid 1/3 the price, and received it within about 2 weeks - despite being a ""special order"" item. I do a lot of restoration work; have a lot of tools, and am always looking for parts. So are my friends. Next time I need something, I will log on to your site first to try to find it, and will encourage others to do so as well. I am pleased to find a company that - quite simply - provides its customers with what they need quickly, economically, and with a minimum of fuss. Keep up the good work, and you've got a new, very satisfied person who will be shopping with you.
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The first product Ridgid ever made was a pipe wrench in 1923. Since then, they’ve added additional tool lines and have remained a leader in the plumbing world. In 1935 Ridgid produced their first shop calendar, which includes pictures of beautiful women holding tools, including past models such as Raquel Welch, Brooke Burke, and Kelly Monaco.
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