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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by tench0771, Nov 8, 2014.

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  2. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    these look good no more grit geting in side of pole wat u guys think:D
     
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    Got bored watching; I'm out :thumbsdown:
     
  4. Duncs

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    how much will the ejecter sleeve cost to replace
    so what would we gain buying these poles
    would they not need a valve on \ off
    you would still have to store the orange hose with the ejector sleeve on
     
  5. SPECI4L

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    Is it a "tubeless" #1 section & the ejector sleeve connects to the bottom of that section but the other sections work like other poles?... in that it's still possible for grit covered hose to be dragged up them when extending the pole... :confused:
     
  6. Duncs

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    the connecter fits bottom of pole there is no tube up the pole at all.
    so no grit gets up the poles
     
  7. Smurf

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    It's just a standard wfp with a pole hose connector on the bottom of it.
    Tubeless water fed pole my **** :D
     
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  8. Bingo

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    No......when the pole is closed you attach your hose to the connector which pulls the hose up the tube when extending the pole.
    These poles are NOT 'tubless' .......even when not in use and stored in the van, as they still have hose inside the pole, which will be around the same length as the closed length of the pole.

    All this idea means is that you don't have a coil of pole hose hanging on the pole when not in use......it's all on the reel.
     
  9. tench0771

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    i realy think there a good ider would i buy one no as there not as lite as a gardener extreem an that will b my next pole for shore i recken once u use a pole of that waight u wont wana go bk to a heaver one!! but the pole its self has some nce fechers anty pinch clamps r a winner an the clamps them self look very good indeed with a nce locking force the pole bing tubless is not realy the case as there is a tube in side the pole but it stays in side wich is a nce ider as no grit will get in when the flore is wet an ur wrking on the sea front samd can realy jam ur pole in minits ,duncs ide think the fittin that goes in the base of the section would b under £5 it looks like a well made fittin but could b rong :)
     
  10. Bingo

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    You can also do the same DIY.....
    All you need use are the small Rectus fittings/EZsnap or the 'push-fit' type quick connectors, they work fine :thumbsup:.
     
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