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Hammerhead 20in Rotary arm w/spray nozz

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  • For 20" Hammerhead Surface Cleaners
  • Spray arm Length: 18-7/8" End to End
  • Inlet: 1/4" MNPT
  • Will not fit 18" Hammerhead surface cleaners- they need the 18 inch spray bar 2530052 (sold separately)

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Item #: 74-38054  UPC : 00669893041400  MPN : 2530009



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Hammerhead 20in Rotary arm w/spray nozz

This General Pump Hammerhead 20" Replacement Surface Cleaner Spray Arm (2530009) is a replacement part for 20" Hammerhead surface cleaners. 

This bar is designed specifically for the 20" model and will not fit on the 18" model. 

For the 18" model please use part number 2530052.

  • For 20" Hammerhead Surface Cleaners
  • Includes both nozzles
  • Inlet: 1/4" MNPT
  • Length: 18-7/8" End to End
  • One (1) Spray Bar with Nozzles

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