<VV> Air Hoses----Made in USA?
jvhroberts at aol.com
jvhroberts at aol.com
Wed Oct 21 08:12:42 EDT 2009
Except polyurethane! Those hoses are VERY flexible down to insanely low temperatures, like, -100F...
From: airvair at earthlink.net <airvair at earthlink.net>
To: keith osborne <vanman453ta at yahoo.com>; virtualvairs at corvair.org
Sent: Tue, Oct 20, 2009 4:48 pm
Subject: Re: <VV> Air Hoses----Made in USA?
The problem with hose that aren't rubber is that they get awfully stiff in
the cold weather. Any type of plastic is notorious for being as stiff as a
board in winter.
> [Original Message]
> From: keith osborne <vanman453ta at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: <VV> Air Hoses----Made in USA?
> I would definitely have to agree, especially now-a-days. A lot of
countries, including our own, produce some not so very good stuff, as well
as good products.
> I really just like the Goodyear rubber hoses because they are traditional
and old looking. I like old stuff, but antique rubber air hoses probably
would not be very practical LOL! I've got some PVC hoses that are probably
15 years old, and they still serve faithfully. Haven't seen a polyurethane
hose yet, sounds nice.
> --- On Tue, 10/20/09, jvhroberts at aol.com <jvhroberts at aol.com> wrote:
> At the end of the day, every country produces both good and bad stuff.
In fact, if your goal is finding quality stuff, country of origin ain't
gonna be the deciding factor! Remember, Harbor Freight has ONE goal, and
one goal ONLY, CHEAP! Sometimes they have good stuff, but more often than
not, it's cheap stuff, which is fine for tools for occasional use.
> The best air hoses are the polyurethane air hoses. Tough, strong, and a
LOT more flexible than the rubber and PVC hoses (most are the latter) out
there. I bought one, it was pricey, but DAMN, it's nice. And Harbor Freight
has those too.
> John Roberts
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