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  • #16
    Mike,
    Ive git a 75' cord on the machine itswelf but when i pull a boat into the shop the machine has to be practicly next to the boat so I can get all the way around it to work . thats why im wonderiing if i can extend the leads and hoses
    Thanks
    Terence

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    • #17
      I don't see why not. You would just have to have the adapters to connect some more hoses and cables together.

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      • #18
        Terence638,

        He removed some anodized with an angle grinder fitted a wire brush. Not all the material was anodized as this was a fresh water lake marina. Much of the aluminum around there is lacquered or something similar.

        You can extend your work leads and even your cooler leads. I extended a set of cooler hoses once for a mobile application and it worked fine. I used a hose and fitting shop to do the torch line work. Here is the kicker: It is a royal pain to maintain these little lines when back in the shop in confined quarters unless you were to install quick disconnects.

        I would prefer an power extension cord as Mike W suggested unless you are unable to move the machine around.

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