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Old 07-28-2011, 06:38 PM
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:05 PM
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Is this the one you're using? Thanks, Larry

http://www.coxreels.com/quality_reels/lg_series.html
that looks nice, how much!!!

also, i would like to know how much of each size hose would fit on this particular reel?
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:50 PM
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Is this the one you're using? Thanks, Larry

http://www.coxreels.com/quality_reels/lg_series.html
Thats the 1

I have only 25 ft of 1/4 hose on mine i would like to get 50 ft but have not done it so far.The hose that is on there is kind of heavy like air hose.

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Old 07-29-2011, 12:06 AM
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the question then becomes for charles, do you think 50ft would fit?

I think on a zpsray you get 25 ft 3/8 hose or 50ft 1/4 hose option. the reel i need to eventually replace has the larger hose on it.
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Old 07-29-2011, 12:09 AM
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i should however see if i can rig an easy way to keep the reel i have which works from unwrapping as i drive around a lawn. messed up the ability to use the "stop" that it comes with. any ideas on that one besides the bungee i currently use? ahhaha. i do, but i am interested in the price for that reel charles.
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Old 07-29-2011, 06:46 AM
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U get 50' of 3/8 or 100' of 1/4. Those are the only option lt rich has.
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Old 07-29-2011, 03:34 PM
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the question then becomes for charles, do you think 50ft would fit?

I think on a zpsray you get 25 ft 3/8 hose or 50ft 1/4 hose option. the reel i need to eventually replace has the larger hose on it.

Yes 50 ft will fit

When i bought it about 2 years ago you could get the reel with 25 of 50 ft of hose. So i made the wrong choice.

Nice reel

But you do have to know is that it's not like a air hose reel or a light reel where you can stop any place.

Look at it again there are only 2 places to stop that have black teeth. 180 deg apart

Not a big problem but if you don't stop in one of these places it will wind back up.

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Old 07-29-2011, 03:41 PM
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i should however see if i can rig an easy way to keep the reel i have which works from unwrapping as i drive around a lawn. messed up the ability to use the "stop" that it comes with. any ideas on that one besides the bungee i currently use? ahhaha. i do, but i am interested in the price for that reel charles.
The price

Not shure it was over a 100.00

It was not cheap but was the only one i could find that would fit in the space i had.

Call Cox they wont sell to you but they will give you a phone # of the suppler that can sell it to you.

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Old 07-29-2011, 06:25 PM
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thanks, will do.

THe function of the two locking parts actually sounds easier.

how many years or hours do you have on this reel? well used or lightly used is what i am curious about. how has it held up for you in respect to the investment?

thanks man, always good taking to you.
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Old 07-29-2011, 07:01 PM
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thanks, will do.

THe function of the two locking parts actually sounds easier.

how many years or hours do you have on this reel? well used or lightly used is what i am curious about. how has it held up for you in respect to the investment?

thanks man, always good taking to you.
This will be my 3rd having it i used it on my JD sprayer the first year but only on big yards.

Last year i didn't use it at all only used the JD on golf fairways.

So i put it on my T and use it to spray fence lines and flower beds and some drive ways i would guess i have used it about 50 hours this year and it works very nice and no problems.

Yes i think it was worth the money.

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