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Reel Dolly style 225/300ft 4000psi Cox

Item #: 68-106  MPN : 117-4-225-DM


Quick Overview

 “Dolly Mount” hand crank hose reels offer lightweight, compact portability for long lengths of hose. Eliminate the task of manually coiling and uncoiling hose and easily transport it to the job site on wheels.

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This Reel is in a Dolly Style with 8" wheels built into the frame.

  • Hose I.D.:3/8” - 1/2” Pressure: To 4,000 PSI
  • High-Quality Two Piece 11/4” Steel Tube Frame Structure
  • Solid 8” Rubber Tires For Easy Transport
  • Rubber Front Feet Prevent Reel From Slipping Forward
  •  Removable Handle Allows Compact Storage
  • Direct Hand Crank Rewind Design
  • Brass NPT Swivel Inlet
  • Brake Assembly Provides Adjustable Friction To Brake Or Lock The Drum


310ft of 5/16in or 3/8in Hose to the pole
220ft of 1/2" inlet Hose
 to your purification device


Dolly Handle Height is 40"
Reel Height is 17"

Dolly Width is 16.5"
Reel Width is 12.5"
Dolly Depth is 19"

39lbs without the hose

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

In the tube of the rolling up portion it needs
one [150-1241] 3/4 Garden hose fitting to 3/8 male pipe.

The hose reel will need the following brass parts (Not Included).
In the tube of the rolling up portion it needs

  • one [150-1241] 3/4 Garden hose fitting to 3/8 male pipe.
On the outside of the reel it needs one of each



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