EXOS 2 Rear Nozzle leak - What O Rings should I use?

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EXOS 2 Rear Nozzle leak - What O Rings should I use?

Postby Neapstatties » Sun Mar 16, 2014 2:23 pm

My trusty 5 year old Exos v2 sprung a leak on both rear swivel nozzles during a recent house move. On taking it to bits I am sure it is worn orange o-rings on the swivel nozzles. I am at a loss to determine what replacement o-rings I need. All my other components appear to be in good order.

Many thanks!

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Re: EXOS 2 Rear Nozzle leak - What O Rings should I use?

Postby Izerous » Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:49 am

To be honest I would either take them apart and measure them or contact Koolance directly to get the correct part # if they still carry stock.
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Re: EXOS 2 Rear Nozzle leak - What O Rings should I use?

Postby Ace0751 » Tue Mar 18, 2014 2:42 pm

Or another option is to spend some money and replace the quick disconnects nozzles to something more up to date. I did this with my exos a while back and it never leaked once. You will have to replace the hose though and make sure you don't mess with the nozzles by the res and board.
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