WOULD THIS WORK AND WHAT WOULD I NEED!!!

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Reach For The Glass, Mar 11, 2016.

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  1. Reach For The Glass

    Reach For The Glass Well-Known Member
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    Hey guys.

    Just wanted to know if this would be the best bet for me and will it work. If not what would I need.

    Ok I work with a backpack and an slx 18 and 22

    I currently have gardiner tap and yellow all season hose. I don't like putting it all straight in the van after a clean so I disconnect the pole hose from back pack ez fit connections. I have water running back down the pole hose into the van. Also biggest issue is putting the pole up in its holder with a ton of hose hanging off of it.

    I don't really like the tap even on holster it's a pain so looking at the univalve.

    I want to connect all the hose I need to feed a 22 slx to the back pack on a reel.

    So basically making it tubeless.

    Question is can I use my yellow hose with univalve ?

    If not what do I need to order to make a 22ft tubeless pole with a univalve? Also the cost of everything needed.

    Thanks alot guys
     
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  2. Reach For The Glass

    Reach For The Glass Well-Known Member
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    By the way I wanted 1 reel to feed both poles so I assume 2 univalves and tubeless kits or conversions are needed?
     
  3. Beccy

    Beccy Active Member
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    Yes you can use yellow all season pole hose with the univalve, that's what I'm using.

    There's a thread on here for a diy tubeless conversion that uses just a push fit fitting or rectus 21 fitting.
     
  4. mark

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    buy 2 tubless kits from exceed for the make of each your poles,well worth the money.i have and use gardiners hose also, but I suspect it will be useless in the hot summer months as it will stretch and cause problems
     
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  6. Reach For The Glass

    Reach For The Glass Well-Known Member
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    Cheers guys

    So I can use my gardiner ez fit connections and make tubeless.

    Then just add a univalve in?
     
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