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Thread: Best Extended Reach Tip - How far can you go from the Ground?

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    Best Extended Reach Tip - How far can you go from the Ground?

    What is everyone else's experience with the long range tips? Do you use them? I am seeing them for sale from contractors and vendors alike....
    Anyone got pics of what they can do with whatever they are using? Don't want to turn this into a pissing match, but looking to see what everyone is doing, not what they are doing it with.

    Here is a shot of two tips I had a machine shop make for me with 8 gpm @ 3000psi machines.

    I am guessing that we were getting 55-65 feet in the pics. Definitely saves breaking out the ladder and in this case, the lift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJWashingGuy View Post
    What is everyone else's experience with the long range tips? Do you use them? I am seeing them for sale from contractors and vendors alike....
    Anyone got pics of what they can do with whatever they are using? Don't want to turn this into a pissing match, but looking to see what everyone is doing, not what they are doing it with.

    Here is a shot of two tips I had a machine shop make for me with 8 gpm @ 3000psi machines.

    I am guessing that we were getting 55-65 feet in the pics. Definitely saves breaking out the ladder and in this case, the lift.
    well that's getting up. Looks good.
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    I have seen this before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsuds View Post
    I have seen this before?
    Yes,
    I believe that you have a dozen of them or so.....
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    somebody send one of those dozen up my way and I will demo it for you.
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    Is this basically just a rifled nozzle? I'd like to try one of these out.

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    If people want them, pm me your info, the more I make the more savings I can pass along when the batch is made...
    not really looking to get into the best nozzle for sale business here, but perhaps can give back a bit to those on the boards here.
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    You can save a lot of headache by just using a $2 6 inch straight nipple and a 0050 nozzle. Same reach.
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    Of the ones I have tried, the "Original" that Guy Blackmon sells works the best for high flow machines. The Innovative 0040 works great with my 7 GPM. I feel like I get a tighter pattern from them than I get from a standard 0 degree nozzle, but maybe it's just in my head. I use a 6 inch nipple to replace a long wand in most cases either way.

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    You haven't tried mine yet then......

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh_D View Post
    Of the ones I have tried, the "Original" that Guy Blackmon sells works the best for high flow machines. The Innovative 0040 works great with my 7 GPM. I feel like I get a tighter pattern from them than I get from a standard 0 degree nozzle, but maybe it's just in my head. I use a 6 inch nipple to replace a long wand in most cases either way.

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    North Jersey Softwashing
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