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Removing hoses


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My season ends this weekend and I will be winterizing. I usually use channel grips to remove the water lines, but this bungs them up a little. Anyone have any tips on removing them without hurting them?

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I usually help them along with a flat head screw driver...

I always spray a little lube on the attachment points when I winterize. Makes it easy to pull hoses in the fall. Puts less stress on all. Why would you quit now its just getting good?

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I usually help them along with a flat head screw driver...

I always spray a little lube on the attachment points when I winterize. Makes it easy to pull hoses in the fall. Puts less stress on all. Why would you quit now its just getting good?

Labor Day starts a new season and with 3 kids, it's time to move onto Fall activities. It's been the best Summer ever. We've clocked about 120 hours in two months. I'm ready to move on to Fall.

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I have had success using compressed air and an air blaster with a small tube nozzle. Slip the nozzle under the hose and air blast it loose. It won't hurt the hoses at all. (My air tools are Craftsman too...)

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