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Briggs & Stratton 1/4-Inch X 25' Pressure Washer Hose 196006GS
|Brand||Briggs & Stratton|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||11 x 5 x 12 inches|
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- Briggs & Stratton Part Number 196006GS
- 1/4" x 25' Pressure Washer Hose
- Genuine Briggs & Stratton Part
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Genuine Briggs & Stratton replacement pressure washer hose that is 1/4" x 25'.
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Everyone keeps calling these hoses either 1/4" or 5/8". Both are incorrect. The hose itself is 12 mm outside diameter (i.e. slightly larger than 7/16"). But the fitting size is what's important - and on this hose the outer screw-on part of the fitting is 22 mm, and the inner "nipple" is 14 mm outside diameter. This is exactly what you want for most consumer pressure washers. For example, this fits my Briggs and Stratton Elite Series 675 (2.3 gpm, 2550 psi) pressure washer the same as the original hose.
I zip-tied the lower end of the hose to the pressure washer to decrease the chance of the exhaust melting the hose (again), but since it is so stiff, the hose doesn’t “relax” in a predictable way, and even just a few rotations of the hose can cause it to “float up” in the air in large ringlets.