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Old 03-14-2015, 03:15 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Rebounder Fresh Water Hose

Anybody else still using their original “Rebounder” fresh water hose? I’ve had mine a long time and it’s still going strong - no leaks, no visible mineral buildup inside the hose. They are no longer being manufactured, which is a shame. They are 10 times more durable than any other coil-up hose on the market today.



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Try this at CW EZ Coil-N-Store Drinking Water Hose - Valterra W01-0022 - Hoses, Reels & Fittings - Camping World

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My buddy bought one of those Fred, after seeing my Rebounder. Unfortunately it only lasted him one season.
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It looks like an industrial air hose, available at any industrial supply house, but with garden hose fittings. You could buy one of those and add the fittings. Here is one source: McMaster-Carr
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My buddy bought one of those Fred, after seeing my Rebounder. Unfortunately it only lasted him one season.
The reviews on CW indicate the fittings are the weak link, and they can be replaced with regular hose fittings. I have an older version, in white, that has lasted for years.

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