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converting a gardiner pole to a pressure washing lance


peter rogers

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hello peter rogers,heres mine to fit an slx,the top section of the pole comes out then slide it all down the pole to connect to the trigger,either have another person use the trigger or do what i have had to do which is tie wrap the trigger to the pole-not ideal but i don't want to drill my slx

the kit comes already made up from ben at rutland pumps

masons roof 010.JPG

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38 minutes ago, kevinc250 said:

hello peter rogers,heres mine to fit an slx,the top section of the pole comes out then slide it all down the pole to connect to the trigger,either have another person use the trigger or do what i have had to do which is tie wrap the trigger to the pole-not ideal but i don't want to drill my slx

the kit comes already made up from ben at rutland pumps

masons roof 010.JPG

 

 

 

 

 

 

Give me a call kevin I have done it maybe I can talk you though it mate

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