Gardiners claber hose reel

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by simon, Mar 16, 2016.

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  1. simon

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    Think I should maybe have some spares in the van, what bits on it are likely to go first

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  2. steve garwood

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    Your hips, then your back
     
  3. simon

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    Lmao, no I've got it bolted to the roof for exactly those 2 reasons

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  4. steve garwood

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    On a serious note, I carry a spare of everything in mine van. But I am a touch ocd
     
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    Me too, hose lock fittings, spare o rings for them, spare hose clips, spare rictus fittings blah blah blah


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  6. rcproperty

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    I have had mine for 3 years now and still not had to change anything more than the rubber O rings on the hoselock.
     
  7. steve garwood

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    I've had this particular set up for 8 years now, and never had to change anything major. Its just comfortable knowing I've got the parts if and when it does happen:thumbsup:
     
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    Carrying spares ain't odd it's practical you can repair and be back working Asap if anything goes as opposed to having to order and wait then it's time your not earning.I have spare everything pump included and spare pole n brush ready to go if anything breaks
     
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  9. simon

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    i was thinking of spindles etc, probably worth buying everything just in case
     
  10. Poles Apart

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    You need a spindle I got caught out once not having a spare.
     
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