Hose 1/4in Blue Cover WFP
- This 1/4in hose offers a single Water Fed pole operator consistent flow while easily saving wight
- Use this size hose to fit longer lengths on the 68-102 Cox Reel where 300ft of 3/8in fits the 1/4 in will be 500ft in length on the reel
- Reinforced cover offers superior strength and durability while allowing easy deployment of the hose to your Water Fed pole
- The brass 1/4in npt swaged on fittings are durable and can be adapted to fit reels and garden hose connections
$90.95 - $297.50
Blue Cover Water Fed Pole hose for a single operator
Use this hose when you want a durable hose that is lightweight and flexible when running long distances
Generally this hose is used on a Cox Reel with lengths up to 500ft fitting on a 68-102 Cox Reel.
Some Water Fed pole operators use the 100ft length in a coil as its super light weight and easy to coil with no memory.
- 1/4in Hose Blue Cover with 1/4in npt fitting
- Non-Marking Cover that is durable and flexible
- Thermoplastic hose offers excellent temperature range staying flexible in the cold and usable when warm
- Operating range - 0 degrees to 140 degrees F
- 300psi max working pressure
- Includes 1/4" male pipe fittings on the ends
500 feet of 1/4 inch blue Water Fed pole hose on electric Cox Reel 68-102
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