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Reel Caddy Style 100/150ft Cox

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CM Series “Caddy Mount” hand crank hose reel is perfect for carrying the extra long lengths of hose to the job site....

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Item #: 68-112  MPN : 112-3-150-CM



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Cox CM Series “Caddy Mount” hand crank hose reel is perfect for carrying the extra long lengths of hose to the job site.

The Reel is lightweight, compact and versatile with working pressures up to 4,000 PSI.

The hose control bar helps to prevent the hose from slipping off the side discs and makes it is easy to grab and go.

Hose or Brass Fittings not included


  • 150ft of 3/8" Hose to the pole
  • 100ft of 1/2" inlet Hose to your purification device


  • Reel Height is 17"
  • Caddy Width is 16.5"
  • Reel Width is 12.5"
  • Caddy Depth is 18"

Mount on a board for easy portability and reel rewinding of the hose.

The hose reel will need brass parts (Not Included).

Add item 68-1121 to your cart for Garden Hose connections



Depicted with 150ft of 3/8in Red Rubber hose (not included)

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