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    Default Semi OT: Speedair hose reel parts?

    Anyone know where to get parts for a speedair retractable hose reel. The inner hub is rusted and really needs replacing. I could probably make one, if I had some stainless, but not really interesting or worth it if I can get one for reasonable cost.

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    Grainger's usually has parts for Speedair products.

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    Thanks.

    I'm hoping for a customer service contact, but have had no luck on the web search. They are supposed to be good quality and "rust proof". Figured I might get an updated one that actually IS rust proofed for little or nothing, though warranty is long gone. I wonder what the warranty on a claim of "rust proof" would be? In any case, the galvi coating on this one was clearly not good enough...
    Last edited by BadDog; 02-21-2007 at 07:42 PM.

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    I was just looking over the lables more carefully and realized it also says "Dayton Mfg" on there. I guess the Speedaire is made by Dayton? I will try and call them tomorrow. Thanks...

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    Grainger carries Speedaire and Dayton but are not usually the most cost effective?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProGunOne
    Grainger carries Speedaire and Dayton but are not usually the most cost effective?
    In simpler terms Grainger sucks!

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