Reel 200/300ft 3000psi Manual Cox
Hose Reel for Water Hose with Low Profile Riser & Open Drum Slot For Smooth, Even Hose Wraps. ...
Hose Reel for Water Hose
Used for inlet and outlet hose on Water Fed Pole and Pressure Washer
- Offers One Piece All Welded Steel “A” Frame Construction
- Low Profile Riser & Open Drum Slot For Smooth, Even Hose Wraps
- 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
19 inches high
15.5 inches deep
17.5 inches wide at the frame
23 inches wide from water connector to crank handle tip
- 1/2” id Hose (7/8” OD) 200 ft
- 3/8” id Hose ( 3/4” OD) 300 ft
- 1/4" id Hose (1/2" OD) 500 ft
For Garden Hose attachment this hose reel will need the following brass parts (Not Included):
In the inside of the tube, where the hose coils up 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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