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RIDGID

Model WD0670

Internet #205144661

Store SKU #222868

6 gal. 3.5-Peak HP Wet Dry Vac

$49.97 /each
  • Great Value- High performance 6 Gallon vacuum
  • Pleated filter improves filtration for a more advanced clean
  • Features the RIDGID lifetime warranty

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The RIDGID 6 Gal. High Performance Wet/Dry Vacuum is designed for DIYers who want a traditionally styled, compact Vacuum that delivers the powerful performance and rugged durability required for job site clean-up. This vacuum has a 6 Gal. drum size that results in a more compact design that requires less storage space on a service truck or in a work shop or garage. And its top carry handle makes transporting easier than ever. It features the Patented Qwik Lock Filter Fastening System that makes installing or removing your filter quick, easy and secure.

  • 3.5 peak HP provides powerful suction for everyday cleanup
  • Compact design and 4 swivel casters offer great maneuverability
  • 7 ft. tug-a-long hose features a positive locking connection that resists breaking free from the vacuum during use
  • Blower port for blowing leaves, grass clippings and more
  • Accessory storage space at the top of each caster offers quick access to needed attachments
  • Includes a filter, a hose, a utility nozzle and wands



  • Peak Horsepower represents a level at or below the maximum horsepower output of an electric motor tested in a laboratory using a dynamometer
  • Gallons indicated reflect drum volume, not necessarily collection capacity; actual capacity dependent upon type of debris collected, condition of filter, and other factors
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How many horse power?

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August 16, 2016
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This model has a 3.5 HP motor. Depending on what you are doing with it is works ok not great. Best for smaller stuff.
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It's an electronic engine, electronic engines are not described in horsepower, only gas powered engines are described by horsepower.
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3.5 ponies-JIM
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April 21, 2015
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My Vac is 4.5 hp and work wonders with water and dry wood shavings. But if you are take up water do not use the filter inside i find it works better with filter not in machine.
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None. Buy anything but a Ridgid. Not worth the time or money.
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
Please be informed that the Peak Horsepower of WD0670 is 2.5.
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can you replace filter

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Yes. Grasp the ears on the element with your finger tips and pull the filter off the white center stud. The end cap of the element is soft foam rubber and the hole in it stretches over the white center stud to hold the element in place.
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Yes the filter is replaceable and very straightforward to do.
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Yes, consult your owner's manual for the procedure.
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June 15, 2016
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Yes. VF4000, I believe it what is used.
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June 15, 2016
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Yes, the filter on this vacuum is replaceable.
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Can a Rigid dry/wet vacuum pick up pine needles?

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not mentioned in manual
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Sitka spruce needles, cone scales and even cones were easily sucked up when I used the 6 gal version. Larger cones and big wads of wet scales can clog the hose at the 90 degree bend at the vac but unclogging takes seconds.
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October 30, 2015
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Do not recommend a vacuum for pine needles. Typically the needles are too long and clog up the hose on any vacuum. Better to sweep or blow needles.
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pick up, yes. Clog most likely. Easy to unclog.
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Thank you for contacting RIDGID® Customer Support.
The vac can be used for picking up pine needles by using the VF5000 or VF6000 filters sold at Home Depot stores. We highly recommend checking the filter more often to make sure it is not sustaining any damage especially during use.
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Thank you for contacting RIDGID® Customer Support.
The vac can be used for picking up pine needles by using the VF5000 or VF6000 filters sold at Home Depot stores. We highly recommend checking the filter more often to make sure it is not sustaining any damage especially during use.
If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to call us at 1-800-4-RIDGID (1-800-474-3443) or you may send your email to info@ridgidvacs.com
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This vacuum can pick up pine needles.
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My vac doesn't have much suction so it doesn't pick up much water. What can I do to improve the suction so it will pick up more water

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Clean the filter, check the tubes and attachments for blockages. Make sure the floor attachment(s) fits flush to the surface being cleaned to create a tight seal, these should all solve the issue, if not, contact Rigid for advice, your machine may need professional assistance.
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My only suggestion would be use only the hose or use with only one of the straight tubes-JIM
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Buy anything BUT a Ridgid Vac. A sponge would do better than this Vac.
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better motor
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
There are a number of reasons your vac may have reduced suction power when picking up water. We recommend that you check the following:
1 – The pleated paper filter should be removed when using the vac for large amounts of water pick ups. Once the filter gets saturated, it affects the suction power of the vacuum.
2 – The hose may have holes or could be clogged – Read More
Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
There are a number of reasons your vac may have reduced suction power when picking up water. We recommend that you check the following:
1 – The pleated paper filter should be removed when using the vac for large amounts of water pick ups. Once the filter gets saturated, it affects the suction power of the vacuum.
2 – The hose may have holes or could be clogged – you should check the condition of your hose and clean or replace if necessary. Please try to run the vac with and without the hose connected for you to check any difference on the vacuum’s performance.
3 - The float (which is the device inside the filter cage beneath the filter) could be stuck in the upward position. Check the float - it should be moving freely.
4 – The drum is not secure to the power head. You should check to insure that the drum is properly secured to the power head. The switch on top and the RIDGID sticker on the drum should be on the same side.
If the above recommendations do not solve your problem, please contact us and we can attempt to troubleshoot the vacuum with you.
If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to call us at 1-800-4-RIDGID (1-800- 474-3443) or you may send your email to info@ridgidvacs.com.
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