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    Default Hydrant Fill Hose

    We're looking for a 2.5" diameter hose approximately 10-20 ft. in length for hydrant to engine water supply. Anyone know of a company that sells this length of hose, I'm having trouble locating, thanks!

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    the reps i know of can get us what ever size length requested. go on hose companies websites and find their rep in your area.
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    http://www.shipmans.com/Hose_Repair.html

    http://www.bendlin.com/fire_Equipment_Services.asp

    http://www.nationalfire.com/sv4.html


    Would start with whoever you bought Hose from last





    May call some of the larger depts to see if they can make it for you
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    Consider going with 3" with 2.5" couplings. It will have a bit less friction loss.

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    We took two 50' sections of 3" and had the closest Fire Equipment dealer cut them down to make 4 25' sections.

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