Sliding axle spring kit

  • 25-Oct-2010 01:04 EDT
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Phillips Industries' sliding axle spring kits secure heavy hoses and are easy to use and replace, according to the company. Kits include Phillips' Qwik-Snap hose holder with scissor design for improved cable and hose replacement. Qwik-Snap holders are easy to open and close with gloved hands and feature a positive lock, strong enough to stay connected at over 80 lb (36 kg) of pull force. Heavy-duty springs hold air lines and are produced from pregalvanized hard-drawn wire for improved recoil memory and longer life. The hose holder, as well as the entire spring kit with tandem frame clip, is said to be replaced more quickly than previous products.

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