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Hammerhead 18in Rotary arm w/spray nozz

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  • Fits 18-inch Hammerhead Surface Cleaners DFSCP18 & DFSCP18GZ
  • Spray arm length: 16-1/4? End to End
  • Comes with (2) MEG2502 nozzles; 1/4" MNPT inlet
  • Will not fit 20" Hammerhead surface cleaners- they need the 20 inch spray bar 2530009 (sold separately)

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Item #: 74-38053  UPC : 00669893041394  MPN : 2530052

$49.40

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Hammerhead 18in Rotary arm w/spray nozz

This General Pump Spray Bar for 18" Hammerhead Surface Cleaner (2530052) is designed for the 18" version of the Hammerhead Surface Cleaner by General Pump. 

It includes two nozzles out of the box. 

This bar is not designed for the 20" version of the Hammerhead Surface Cleaner.

  • Designed for 18" Hammerhead Surface Cleaner (not for 20" model)
  • Includes two MEG 2502 nozzles
  • 1/4" MNPT inlet
  • Length of bar (end to end): 16-1/4"
  • One (1) Spray Bar

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