Harris wfp

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  1. Paul

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    Well I had a brush head, gooseneck and hose spare so I nicked my dads Harris pole lastnite and decided to give a homemade wfp a go, it seems to be sting enough and will do the job for lower windows. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1334736442.014713.jpg


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  2. Ryan

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    looks good mate :]

    cheap to i bought 1 that size for £70 and used it 5 times lol
     
  3. Masons

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    WHO USED ALL THE CUPS???? there are 6 in a set, and all are being used??
    You either have people round or you need to do the dishes....
     
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  5. Podrikk007

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    Where did u get the bits from to convert it?


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  6. Paul

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    Lol 4 in a set, myself my wife and my parents lol the thing people notice.

    I didn't buy any bits to convert it, I took the plastic off the acme thread took the thread away turned the plasic upside down and put it in the pole the wrong way ( tight fit) then my gooseneck just slipped in the upside-down plastic nice and snug, some additive and duck tape and it looks and works the biz.
     
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    Go on the DIY page & look for thread DIY poles and a chap has put all you need to know on there. Follow it and they come out a treat.
     
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    Thanks. Il have a look now


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  9. Paul

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    Yeh I think he used a brush shank aswell I didn't use anything apart from the polenand what was in it, I will take it to bits tomorrow and take pics of what I've done.
     
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