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ProTool M22 14MM to M22 15MM Twist Union Brass

Quick Overview

  • M22 15mm Plug to 14MM Plug Adaptor Union
  • Allows the attachment of 14MM Stem accesories to 15MM Stem Hoses
  • The Wash Sprayer is an M22 device with 15MM Stem connections use this to attach M14 Stem parts
  • Used to Attach M22 Triggers from Different Manufactueres to M22 15MM hose

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Item #: 74-4231  UPC : 00669893042100  MPN : M22-14MM-15MM



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Brass Adaptor Connects M22 14MM Twist To M22 15MM Twist Accessories
•M22 Metric Twist Plug 15MM
•M22 Metric Twist Plug 14MM 

M22 14mm Plug x M22 15mm Plug 

This M22 threaded seal plug converts a 14mm stem to a 15mm stem for a M22 threaded seal coupler system. 

This is commonly used when installing M22 Spray Guns with 14Mm Stems onto a J.Racenstein Wash Sprayer or sprayers from other manufactures such as Sunjoe, AR, Ryobi, or Greenworks that will require a 15mm conversion. 

Consider your connections as there may be a need to purchase another screw coupler to properly connect to your accessory.

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