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    What nozzle tips in jrod

    I have a 3500 psi 8 gpm machine and ds. What tips for my jrod would I need to pull chems and rinse. I know all ds injectors are different . My injector is a 15:1
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    Depends on a lot. Search, search and search some more. There are many different answers for many different applications on these forums. Also, you have reached a forum where you have access to the industry's best vendors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemanmike View Post
    I have a 3500 psi 8 gpm machine and ds. What tips for my jrod would I need to pull chems and rinse. I know all ds injectors are different . My injector is a 15:1
    8.5's

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    The 7-8 gpm kit (5980) includes: 0060(soap high),0020(rinse high),2560(soap low),2520(rinse low)

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    Consider more than 1 j-rod and purchase multiple nozzles. Example, I have multiple j-rods loaded with the high/low nozzles ranging from #10 through #40 size orifice. I have several more loaded with straight low pressure nozzles so I can rinse with a 0, 5, 15 or 25 degree nozzle without needing to change out the entire j-rod holder. In most cases, I use the 0540 and 1540 nozzles for both application and rinsing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clean2be View Post
    Consider more than 1 j-rod and purchase multiple nozzles. Example, I have multiple j-rods loaded with the high/low nozzles ranging from #10 through #40 size orifice. I have several more loaded with straight low pressure nozzles so I can rinse with a 0, 5, 15 or 25 degree nozzle without needing to change out the entire j-rod holder. In most cases, I use the 0540 and 1540 nozzles for both application and rinsing.

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    I have about 6!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Johnson View Post
    The 7-8 gpm kit (5980) includes: 0060(soap high),0020(rinse high),2560(soap low),2520(rinse low)
    While you're ordering from this guy (Russ Johnson) don't forget roof snot! It's the best surfactant I've used!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CL Scott View Post
    While you're ordering from this guy (Russ Johnson) don't forget roof snot! It's the best surfactant I've used!

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    Thanks for the endorsement CL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Johnson View Post
    Thanks for the endorsement CL!
    I give credit where it's due!

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    little off topic but also try out the adjustable down streamer xjet I prefer it over the j-rod

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave mac View Post
    little off topic but also try out the adjustable down streamer xjet I prefer it over the j-rod
    You talking about the M-5? What are the benefits of using it over a jrod? Is it just the convenience of not having to disconnect and reconnect the jrod, or does it perform better as well?

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