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gardiner g/neck valve will it fit a phantom pole

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Diamond geezer

will it work? thanks

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Pjj

I think you will find it’s to big to fit in the top section they have a thinner top section than Gardiner’s poles 

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Diamond geezer

Thanks,do you think it would be impractical to grined it down,please?

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Pjj
1 hour ago, Diamond geezer said:

Thanks,do you think it would be impractical to grined it down,please?

 

 

I suppose you could I would offer it up to the clamp and see how much to big it was and then decide if it’s practical to try and alter it  

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Lennie
59 minutes ago, Diamond geezer said:

Thanks,do you think it would be impractical to grined it down,please?

 

I reduced the thickness of my gooseneck with a bench grinder and works just fine. Would of made it a bit lighter, so a win win. 

 

i took a gardiner gooseneck to last years show to try in the phantom. I tried it in the carbon 35 and it fitted just fine. However, when I ordered the 22 hi mod it didn’t fit, so not 100%, but I think the 22s use a narrower end section. 

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Diamond geezer

Yes think you mentioned this In a previous post.Its not the ordinary goose neck its the valve one,you know the water on off twist one iam interested in,would tha be the same thickness as the one you ground down I wonder . I would want it to fit a phantom 18 cheers

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Lennie

Mine was just the standard gooseneck, but didn’t need to take much off. I wouldn’t of thought it would be a problem with the valved one, but I don’t have one so can’t say for sure. 

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Diamond geezer
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On ‎01‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 18:30, Lennie said:

 

I reduced the thickness of my gooseneck with a bench grinder and works just fine. Would of made it a bit lighter, so a win win. 

 

i took a gardiner gooseneck to last years show to try in the phantom. I tried it in the carbon 35 and it fitted just fine. However, when I ordered the 22 hi mod it didn’t fit, so not 100%, but I think the 22s use a narrower end section. 

Thanks,you reduced the goose neck so it would fit in your 22 am I right? thanks if so I must be in with a chance.was  your goose neck a special one or just a resse neck,i think they call it?

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Lennie
57 minutes ago, Diamond geezer said:

Thanks,you reduced the goose neck so it would fit in your 22 am I right? thanks if so I must be in with a chance.was  your goose neck a special one or just a resse neck,i think they call it?

 

Yes, that’s right. It was just a standard plastic gooseneck. I don’t think that there would be a problem Doing the same with a valved one. 

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Iron Giant

Forgot to reply to this, but if you take a look at both the Phantom and Gardiners resi-neck the only thing that sets them apart is the size as in the diameter of the base and the brush fitting, how the two parts join together to adjust the angle of the brush appears to be exactly the same, I wouldn't be surprised that if you took the top part of the Phantom angle neck you could fit the top part of a Gardiners resi-neck and use the Quick-LoQ fitting, which I am sure I have seen done in the past. 

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Diamond geezer

Thanks know what you meen,but this was for the valve on off jobby from gardiners,the valve part, left on,right off,has to go in first,you could prob fit the phantom Q/release brush thingey,then to the Gariner valve.That way round.

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