Goose necks does anyone use them

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Shaun1977, May 9, 2012.

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  1. Shaun1977

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    Iv never used one and only do residential so would I get any benefits using thm as I don't fully understand thm
     
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  2. simon

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    ive always used a 14" gneck & have a fair bit of work i couldnt reach without it. houses with deep sills & down ginnels where space is tight. it also gives my pole a longer reach. now i've got gardiners quick release & i've used resi necks a bit i reckon a 10" would be better
     
  3. mark m

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    i am going to treat myself one day to a goose neck just to see if they are any good the only time i think they would benefit me at the moment is when you do skylight and solar panels at the moment i fix two swivels together and it seems to do the trick
     
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    They are also superb on the larger poles for commercial stuff. The resi neck extension Gardiners do is quite good for that extra bit of reach and much cheaper than a carbon goose neck :D
     
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