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I am a smidge dubious as to how it will handle the constant being pulled on as you disconnect your pole each time?

 

I guess only time will tell but I think I will be giving it a go. :)

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Steven Wayne Jones

Here's a prototype, in action

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Diwrnach
I am a smidge dubious as to how it will handle the constant being pulled on as you disconnect your pole each time?

 

I guess only time will tell but I think I will be giving it a go. :)

I thought the same, also every time you connect/disconnect your pole you will be turning the valve on/off at the same time, which may or may not get annoying.

 

But going to give the whole thing a go and see.

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Mwwindowcleaning

That must work on any pole surely. If so, bye bye aqua dapter

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♠Winp®oClean♠

I have to say this looks like a fantastic piece of innovation for wfp- and it's not often I say that!!

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Steven Wayne Jones

Basically its a water fed pole that as no hose attached.

 

It still as a small piece of tube in the top section, we call it tubeless because when you put it away back in your van and take out, it has no hose attached.

The hose that is normally attached to each of your poles is done away with.

The pole hose at least ten metres is connected to your microbore and now reeled onto your hosereel.

 

Steven.

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CHWS

Ah I see, my only flaw is I use a long gooseneck on my pole for a certain job, would that not be too hard to take it all apart for that job ? If you get me I would need extra hose to go right up the goose neck , the goose neck is about 30 cm

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Steven Wayne Jones

Yes, it will be a problem, unless its the plastic type, of if your gooseneck is permanent.

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CHWS

So any suggestions what way to go about it if it's not a permanent gooseneck?

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Steven Wayne Jones

what type of gooseneck is it Gardiner?

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super mck

Hi Steve are you open this Friday ,want to come up and get some stuff.

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CHWS

Yes its the gardener goose neck altho I cut it and put a bit off pipe in to make it longer

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Diwrnach

Could you not have a JG to JG straight connector and have two bits of hose, one short and one long for long gooseneck?

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Steven Wayne Jones

Found a way to use goosenecks!

 

Steven.

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Neil

So this doesn't fit a gardiner pole Steve?

 

 

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Steven Wayne Jones

Yes all day it fits the gardiner pole fine when it comes to the plastic angle adapter, just if you want to change to a carbon gooseneck.

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CHWS

Good job Steven il send you a picture of my gooseneck and you can tell me what I need to order and what way to set up, also is it usable on a Harris brush conversion

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Steven Wayne Jones

Hi CHWS

I make my own goosenecks, if this helps?

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Neil

Will it fit the harder quick loq angle adapter Steve?

 

 

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