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    Water Hose Suggestion

    Need suggestions for the best industrial water hose!!! Prefer black with brass fittings.

    The one I currently have is hard like a rock, kinks at the most inopportune time, and it is a pain in the rear to put on the water bib.

    Thanks for your suggestions in advance!
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    Best ones I have found so far come from Ace hardware.
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    I went to Lowes and read labels on their different hoses. Get the one that says all the good stuff like stays flexible and other stuff. It cost more but is a good hose with brass fittings.

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    I found my best and longest ones at, surprisingly, Sams Club.

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    I use Underhill


    http://www.underhillonline.net/product_p/h75-100r.htm

    http://www.underhill.us/

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanner101 View Post
    I found my best and longest ones at, surprisingly, Sams Club.
    Same here and have had them for years. Guess they still sell them

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    I’ve bought good 3/4” with great fittings at both Sams and Tractor Supply. The Sams hoses have held up for years and years. I bought the TSC’s last year. Time will tell if they hold up as well. They are not cheap!

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    If you are a WM shopper. https://www.walmart.com/ip/3-4-ID-x-...35d50a69a37b14


    I bought two of these 30 years ago. Still use one of them.


    https://www.dultmeier.com/products/0.2006.4424/3692

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    I like some of the upper end Goodyear hoses. Dang things last forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanner101 View Post
    I found my best and longest ones at, surprisingly, Sams Club.
    Exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanner101 View Post
    I found my best and longest ones at, surprisingly, Sams Club.
    Keep buying up the ones at Sams to support us here in Victoria, TX that make the plastics that go into the hoses on the shelves. We appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suck my wake View Post
    I like some of the upper end Goodyear hoses. Dang things last forever.
    I agree with the Goodyear hoses. I think they are made by Continental now. Available at Home Depot. I use the
    red hoses. Suppose to be for hot water. Cost about $30. for a 50 footer. They use to have the black ones also.

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    I bought the heavy duty goodyear hoses and have not had to replace them yet. They are heavy but durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyJoe View Post
    Keep buying up the ones at Sams to support us here in Victoria, TX that make the plastics that go into the hoses on the shelves. We appreciate it!
    No problem. Should have known made by Texans from the quality. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Heethen View Post
    No problem. Should have known made by Texans from the quality. Thanks.
    We'll not go so far as to take credit for actually making the hoses but what we make for that customer is spot on for what they order. They then turn our product into quality American made water hoses and for that... I'm proud to have a small hand in the quality checks along the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanner101 View Post
    I found my best and longest ones at, surprisingly, Sams Club.
    Got heavy duty one from Sam's about 3 years ago, stays flexible with brass fittings, wasn't too expensive for the quality, it's red and not completely round more like octagon or decagon
    Cheese County Bass Club

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    Flexogen Super Duty.
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    Ace heavy duty all rubber hose are good.

    if you’ve got a shop nearby you can get 400 psi 1” air hose made with brass hose fittings. They are very heavy but can be used on construction sites where you are worried about people driving over it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florida Jig Co. View Post
    Need suggestions for the best industrial water hose!!! Prefer black with brass fittings.

    The one I currently have is hard like a rock, kinks at the most inopportune time, and it is a pain in the rear to put on the water bib.

    Thanks for your suggestions in advance!
    Have one made by your local industrial supply company.
    SNAFU

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    I have a sears one that has outlasted many others

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