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dmnz

Member
I have used cable ties and a hose (cut with a blade). Hose goes on super easy and cable tie as needed.
 

sewerman

New member
Ya i have too but the cost of that item few dollars more you get the factory hard plastic the hose idea what size since it isn't a complete round coil if you use tubing it would have to be at lease 2inches on the back side of the coil and the other portion is only about 3/4"
 
[size=medium]I don't believe you need to worry about about covering the back side of the coil because the tubing would keep the coil 1/8" off the ground[/size]


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[size=medium]1 in. OD x 3/4 in. ID PVC Clear Tubing[/size]
 

dmnz

Member
That's exactly what has been on mine since new. Better than factory if cut correctly. And the curve of the hose let's you usually wash out the sand.
 
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