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Good call Gene.  You won't find those on any of my trucks.

 

Run a good quality commercial grade hose (3/4" ID or better) off of a good hose real.  Whip it from the swivel to your buffer tank, and connect the buffer tank to a 8 GPM or better machine.  When you arrive on site and head to the door to announce your arrival, take the tag end of the hose with you.  So hello, answer a few questions, pet the dog and then connect the hose to the spigot.  Fast, efficient, professional, and best of all, it'll stand the test of time.

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The hose was something I wanted to try for watering greenery. Its advertised as (3/4") hose but in reality the ball valves are 1/4" or 3/8". Easy to move around and pack back up, all 4 hoses in a 5 gal bucket. We do have 200' of contractor grade hoses but they are fairly stiff in the colder weather and a bear to coil up. Thats why I want the Mean Green hose.

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The hose was something I wanted to try for watering greenery. Its advertised as (3/4") hose but in reality the ball valves are 1/4" or 3/8". Easy to move around and pack back up, all 4 hoses in a 5 gal bucket. We do have 200' of contractor grade hoses but they are fairly stiff in the colder weather and a bear to coil up. Thats why I want the Mean Green hose.

We use the 3/4 inch Mean Green and love it

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