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Reel 200/300ft 3000psi Electric 115v Cox

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Low Profile Riser & Open Drum Slot For Smooth, Even Hose Wraps. Direct Gear Drive On Motor Driven Models - No Chains ...


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Item #: 68-1021  MPN : 1125-4-200EA

$770.00

This is an obsolete Item
 
 

Offers One Piece All Welded Steel “A” Frame Construction
Low Profile Riser & Open Drum Slot For Smooth, Even Hose Wraps
Direct Gear Drive On Motor Driven Models - No Chains
Solid Steel Crank With Smooth Round Handle
Permanently Lubricated Pillow Block Bearings For Smooth Rotation
Long-Handled Lock Pin Secures Reel From Rotation
Adjustable Friction Brake Assembly To Brake Or Lock The Drum

Capacity:
1/2” id Hose (7/8” OD) 200 ft
3/8” id Hose ( 3/4” OD) 300 ft


For Garden Hose attachment the hose reel will need the following brass parts (Not Included):
In the inside of the tube, where the hose coils up it needs
one [150-1242] 3/4 Garden hose fitting to 1/2 pipe.
On the outside of the reel, it needs
one [150-122] 3/4 Garden hose fitting to 1/2 female pipe and
one [150-137] 1/2 Nipple.

 

 

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