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Old 12-22-2009, 08:49 PM
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I need to replace the tank supply hoses on my Galva-Lift. Does anyone have a good source and/or specs for 1" double wall extra heavy duty hose? I need around 150'.
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You might give http://www.gates.com/index.cfm a call......
 
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I bought mine from McMasterCarr. Plain general purpose EDPM hose. Just ain't got the Galva Lift writing on it. Best price I found.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#5304k834/=51uhiu
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Would Capitol Bearing in Austin or Round Rock have something like that? I know they have alot of aeroquip fittings and hoses....

www.capitolbearing.com

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Originally Posted by US1 Fountain
I bought mine from McMasterCarr. Plain general purpose EDPM hose. Just ain't got the Galva Lift writing on it. Best price I found.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#5304k834/=51uhiu
Thanks, I saw that as well, but cannot tell if it is the same hose as what is on the lift. These hoses look like they are double thickness. I also found another source at a decent price, but once again cannot verify the hose thickness. I would hate to have a hose fail and drop the boat.

http://www.jamestowndistributors.com...pid=13406&BASE
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The hoses aren't under pressure, well maybe a couple of psi. Gotta remember there are holes under the tanks.

I replaced mine because they were rubbing the bottom of the dock and afraid it would rub through. The hose I bought was an exact same replacement, same thickness and makeup. Mine are a good 5yrs old and still in perfect condition. Galva Lift don't make hoses.
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Thanks for the feedback. Mine have a few spots that are worn from contact with the lift, so I figured I would replace it before it's too late.
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