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    Question hose clamp

    does anybody know a place online where i can buy a hose clamp?


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    Any local firematic type store should sell them, or be able to order them. Or...

    http://www.edarley.com/

    http://www.edarley.com/darley/catalo...inkon=category
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    Ebay has a lot of fire stuff too, you may want to try there.
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    www.breezeclamps.com

    But I hear the 5" ones need one heck of a big screwdriver and some dumper than stump Truckies to use 'em.


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    Originally posted by Dalmatian90

    www.breezeclamps.com

    But I hear the 5" ones need one heck of a big screwdriver and some dumper than stump Truckies to use 'em.

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    http://www.heimanfireequipment.com ...


    MUUUUCH cheaper than Darley....Heiman is where we get some of our stuff from..if were forced to buy new.

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    I got two from my urologist!!!

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    hahahahahhahahahahahahahaha... .sure..

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    maybe i should add, i'm looking for a wildland hose clamp.

    i can't seem to find them anywhere other than edarley.

    anybody?


    edit:

    okay. found this http://www.cascadefire.com/cgi-bin/c...i?partno=11213 anybody else?
    Last edited by MEBRVCDF; 11-19-2003 at 12:16 AM.

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    Just a quick search on the internet, I found these for forestry hose clamps:

    http://www.kmpfire.com/pages/NewProducts.asp
    http://www.wildfire-equipment.com/index.cfm
    http://www.nationalfirefighter.com/m...pid=110&step=4
    http://www.cascadefire.com/cgi-bin/c...i?partno=11213
    http://www.homefirefightingsystems.com/hose.html
    http://www.onestopfire.com/accessories_3.htm
    http://conwayassociates.com/DAVEWLDFR.html

    I don't know how reliable these sites are and if the pricing listed is up-to-date, but it might provide you with some comparitive pricing and a few places to look around in. Good luck.

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    Here in Vermont, we can get almost any wildland stuff we want through the State Dept. of Forests and Parks. Much cheaper than we could get on our own, too. Maybe your state has a similar program.
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