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Hose & Fitting

9/19/2016

STEP ONE: Cut hose to required length with a sharp knife. Oil inside of hose and outside of nipple liberally.

STEP TWO: Push hose on fitting until hose end bottoms underneath protective cap as shown. Clean, proof test to twice operating pressure and inspect all assemblies.

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