My New Wfp Trolley Finally Finished

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  1. spmonkay

    spmonkay Active Member
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    This is my new trolley system which i just finished building and it works!! How long do you think I should keep the hose??
     

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  2. rcproperty

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    being a trolly you wouldnt need more than 10m's on there, as you can keep moving it!
     
  3. spmonkay

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    This is what I was thinking!! I have about 20m on there at the moment and its a pain in the arsenal! Im gonna cut it back tomorrow! Just wanted to double check with someone in the know before I did. Cheers rc!
     
  4. rcproperty

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    On my first trolley I had a wall mounted reel with 60m of hose was good but heavy but also used it from the car to save getting it out.

    10m will be fine.
     
  5. mr shine

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    would you not be better of with a 5mm hose
     
  6. rcproperty

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    ??
    We talking about length of it not diameter of it.
     
  7. mark m

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    when i made a trolley i justed used pole hose nice and light cheap seem to do the job
     
  8. mr shine

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    yes i understand i was suggesting a 5mm hose diameter as its easier to handle ??
     
  9. rcproperty

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    Oh right yer it would be. I had 6mm and that was easy enough.
     
  10. spmonkay

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    I just used what I had lying around for now to save on expense but if it's that cheap I may get some smaller diameter hose. Thanks again for the advice!
     
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