Choosing a system

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by patrick, Jan 28, 2014.

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  1. patrick

    patrick Member
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    As someone whose window cleaned the traditional way for 15 years im having to get a pole system for some work ive picked up. Ive already been picking your brains on what van to get and i appreciate the advice but ive got a new question !!

    When looking at the pure freedom systems there is the fully fitted system and the DIY self assembly system, as these are both designed to do the same job, how come the components that you get with both systems are so different ?
     
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  2. Tuffers

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    Build your own system and save £££££
     
  3. patrick

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    That is the way i am thinking, im trying to know what to get so do i follow the components of the fully fitted or DIY ?
     
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    If money is no object for peace of mind a crash tested professionally fitted system is best.
     
  5. patrick

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    Moneys definatelly an object ! I plan to get it securely fixed, are there places that do that ?
     
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    This what can happen
     
  7. patrick

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    Are there places that fit them ?
     
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    Yes. WCW in South Wales fitted my tank (ratchet straps though) & battery + split relay for £90, would have been £250 for a custom metal frame.
     
  9. patrick

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    Thats a good saving and its secure
     
  10. patrick

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    Im looking 350l systems, some of them have a Di vesel and some dont, can anyone explain this ?
     
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