Cox Reel U-Bracket holds 150ft 3/8in Hose Rated to 4000psi
This U-Bracket Hand Crank Hose Reel Delivers Compact Portability for 150ft Lengths of 3/8in HosePerfect for Water Fed pole use the Coxreels ...
This U-Bracket Hand Crank Hose Reel Delivers Compact Portability for up to 150ft Lengths of 3/8in Hose 4000 psi
Perfect for Water Fed pole use the Cox Reels 150ft hand crank hose reel delivers.
With industry-leading strength, it features rolled edges and ribbed discs that reinforce the overall structure, while a sturdy U-shaped frame increases stability. Best when mounted firmly to a surface at a good working height.
Rated at 4,000 PSI, it's ready for the toughest jobs.
The 150ft hand crank hose reel features a solid steel build for a lifetime of durability, while the 1-inch solid steel axle and lubricated bearings ensure smooth rolling performance throughout its service life.
Weight 18 lbs.
3/8 inlet and outlet
For Garden Hose or Pressure Washer connectors hose reel (Not Included).
Add item 68-1121 to your cart consisting of:
- 150-1241 - Fitting 3/4in M Garden Hose to 3/8in Male NPT (Qty:1) used on outlet
- 150-141 - Fitting 3/4in F Garden Hose to 3/8in Male NPT (Qty:1) used on inlet
For Pressure Washing:
- 74-4201 Coupler 3/8in Pressure Washer to 3/8in Female NPT
- 74-4206 Plug 3/8 Pressure Washer to 3/8 Female NPT
- 74-35M Connector Hose from Reel to Pressure Washer
- Install the connector hose into the inlet and route to your pressure washer
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