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Old 09-25-2020, 12:43 PM   #1
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HWH Hose

I removed a hyd hose from the vanity slide, curbside, for replacement, it was swollen and slightly seeping. I thought I'd just run down to the local hose shop, get a new one made and have it all changed out in an afternoon. Piece of cake! That's what I get for thinking!!

Two local shops don't have the exact replacement size and one of the shops sent it to another shop in L.A. and no dice!!

I'm curious what you used if you have replaced a hose, did you go up a size, did you use a lesser rated hose or did you order from HWH???

I have room for a larger size if need be.

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...went to HWH--parts turn-around is pretty quick....technical service, not so much.
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I believe the HWH slides use an equalizing cylinder, so stay with the same diameter and length hose would probably be the correct answer.
Parker Super Tough no skeive hose is great. Any good hydraulic hose shop should be able to replicate/fabricate a quality hose for you. Nothing special about jic fittings. See if there is a mobile guy in your area thru Pirtek, or similar mobile Hyd hose repair outfit. They can fabricate just about anything...onsite.
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Irv2 member azpete works for HWH and graciously makes himself available for members here. Send him a pm.
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Old 09-25-2020, 01:55 PM   #5
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I recently bought a couple of replacement hoses from Stuart services. Great customer service and had them shipped out quickly.


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x2 on stuarts
i dont have access to hoses quickly as stuarts, im a couple of days behind.
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I had one taylor made at a NAPA in Coburg Oregon. Exact length and diameter requested and fittings. Call ahead.
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Thanks for the suggestions. My hose is out somewhere in So Cal as we speak. I will let you know how this works out.

Once I get my hose back, hopefully with a new replacement, I will do some research and have a solution in hand for the next time. I'm sure there'll be a next time!!

Like I said, I figured it would be a piece of cake. Oh well, it's not like I have somewhere to be.

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