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Liberty Garden

Model 703

Internet #203584318

200 ft. 3-in-1 Hose Reel

$69.99 /each

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The versatile 703 hose reel is a heavy duty, solid wall mounted reel. It also anchors to the lawn or you can add the rubber bumpers for a non skid floor mount. Made of tough 13-Gauge steel with an industrial strength powder coat finish.

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  • All brass and galvanized fixtures
  • 5 ft. inlet hose included
  • Keeps hose neat and ready to use
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Color: Carmel
  • Mounting hardware not included

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Can it be stabilized to the dirt ground using stakes?

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October 13, 2015
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Yes, it can be stabilized to the ground using stakes. Actually, it comes with 4 metal "stakes". If they are not sufficiently long, you can use your own stakes.
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September 22, 2015
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That depends on the firmness of the ground but there is a lot of torque when reeling in a hose full of water so for most applications I would say no. Mine is on the ground but I'm planning to mount it on some 4"x4" cross pieces and stake those to increase stability. I think it would work best as a wall mount.
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I built a wooden frame for mine so I wouldn't have to use the stakes.
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September 1, 2015
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Yes. But if your soil is not very dense, the reel stand might be pulled hard enough with an unwound hose to dislodge the reel stand without much force.
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July 27, 2015
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If the soil is not excessively sandy, you could stake it in place. This isn't ideal though. The stakes will work loose. Have you considered buying 2 or 3 bags of quick set concrete (high compressive strength), and pour a pad 3 inches larger in each direction than the length and width and about 4 inches thick. . Give the pad at least 2 weeks to cure (keep it wet so that it cures better/faster). After the Read More
If the soil is not excessively sandy, you could stake it in place. This isn't ideal though. The stakes will work loose. Have you considered buying 2 or 3 bags of quick set concrete (high compressive strength), and pour a pad 3 inches larger in each direction than the length and width and about 4 inches thick. . Give the pad at least 2 weeks to cure (keep it wet so that it cures better/faster). After the concrete cures, mark out 4 holes that match the holes in your hose reel and drill 4 holes using a hammer drill. You can rent one if you don't own one. Buy four, 3/8 inch diameter by 3 inches long sleeve anchors (galvanized). Hole size is as recommended by the anchor manufacturer. Ensure that you incorporate the rubber pads that come with the reel. This will help minimize contact of the hose reel base with the concrete, thus minimizing corrosion Read Less
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Kingwood, Texas
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July 27, 2015
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Depending on the type of stakes. If it has a good bite on the metal base of the reel - yes. The unit is quite heavy and with the added hose weight, movement will be limited when letting out the hose. Keep in mind, any contact of the base with the ground will accelerate rust. Mine has started to show signs of surface rust. I made a solid base using left over 4x4 landscape timbers and is solid.
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July 27, 2015
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In my opinion if the ground is solid I would say yes
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Order in route, how to mount?

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Georgetown, TX
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I would like to mount this reel onto the side of my concrete porch. Not having done this before, are there any suggestions/instructions on how to achieve this? Epoxy? Drill into the concrete porch? Do I need special tools? Any suggestions/thoughts, would be appreciated. I understand that no mounting hardware is included in this purchase. Since it is supposed to arrive at my home in the next few days, I would like to go out and get whatever tools/hardware might be required.
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Kingwood, Texas
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I would drill 4 holes through the base into the side of concrete porch and use self tapping anchor bolts for mounting. Should be sufficient hold the reel in place.
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I made a simple wood frame for mine . I plan to put wheels on it later.
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July 29, 2015
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I would suggest using Tapcon Masonry Screws. These come with the drill bit that will drill the proper size hole into the concrete. The screws screw right into the holes. You will need a power drill to screw them in it is very difficult to do with a hand screw driver. These hold very well.
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I would say the best way would be to anchor it into the concrete
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July 23, 2015
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I assume you have a drill so just buy a masonry bit of the right diameter for masonry screws you can find at any hardware store. Wait till you have the reel to see if it comes with screws or what the largest diameter is that the holes will accept (or just drill t he holes larger to accommodate whatever diameter masonry screws you already have.
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To mount this item on the side of your concrete porch I was suggest you use four, 1/4" diameter, concrete sleeve anchors. An example would be the DEWALT 1/4 in. x 1-3/4 in. Power-Stud+ SD1 Anchor
Model # DFM111100P. Tools needed would be a bubble level, concrete hammer drill to pre-drill the hole,a hammer to insert the anchor, and a wrench to tighten the nut on the anchor. These anchors are extremely
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To mount this item on the side of your concrete porch I was suggest you use four, 1/4" diameter, concrete sleeve anchors. An example would be the DEWALT 1/4 in. x 1-3/4 in. Power-Stud+ SD1 Anchor
Model # DFM111100P. Tools needed would be a bubble level, concrete hammer drill to pre-drill the hole,a hammer to insert the anchor, and a wrench to tighten the nut on the anchor. These anchors are extremely secure and will not pull out. If you every want to remove them you can by removing the hose reel and tapping the anchor. It will disengage. Installation time should be approximately 1/2 hour. If you are an infrequent DIY'er, you could rent the hammer drill. To prevent direct contact of the hose reel metal with the concrete, insert the 4 rubber feet that are supplied with the reel. Tighten the anchor nuts until there is about 25 percent compression of the feet
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June 9, 2015
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Hello HandyGirl and thank you for your question.
You will need additional hardware to mount the hose reel onto a solid masonry wall or to wall studs. Check out the materials list and tools needed on page 3 of the owner’s manual located here: http://libertygardenproducts.com/uploads/products/15-5.pdf.
Best wishes on your project.
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Wall mount crank on left ?

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Can this be wall mounted with the crank on the left side ?
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Can be mounted on Wall with crank in either direction
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Yes , It can be mounted either way without changing anything . Just flip it over . It says 200 ft of hose but I put 150 ft. of craftsman hose on it with little room left .
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Can be used ether way.
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January 5, 2016
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It comes assembled right hand crank...but it can be switched to left hand crank by removing the handle an swivel and flipping around..then just re-connect the handle and swivel(use thread seal)
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Mounting base

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What are the measurements of the mounting base? Would it mount to a 2x6 or 2x8?
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The overall dimensions of the base are 10 x 15. There are four holes running along the front and four along the back. The space between each hole along the front & back is 4". The measurement between the front and back holes is 8". I've attached a couple of pictures for you.
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I mounted it on a cement block wall and the screw holes lined up with the mortor of the block which is 8" X 16"
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Either would work fine for mounting. I mounted mine on a couple of scrap pieces of 4x4 landscape timbers as a base for a 100 ft hose.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 125 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Could be a 5 Star The hose reel arrived quickly with no damage. Since I only just set it up I can't vouch for its durability. I loaded a 100 foot hose and pressure tested it, no leaks. I am not sure why Liberty did not extend the hose connector so to prevent the hose from bending and kinking. They make other reels with a curved pipe with the end closer to the center of the reel. I created my own connector extension out of PVC fittings. June 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solidly built, but doesn't quite hold 200 feet If you are storing the hose for the winter, this holds 200 feet of hose (barely). If you are using the hose (winding and unwinding regularly), note that it only holds about 180 feet of hose before it starts getting stuck against the bottom panel. And I mean really stuck. If you only have 150 feet of hose to work with, this is great. It is built so solidly and well-balanced, that I can unroll my hose from 20+ feet away without the hose getting stuck and knocking the reel over (which happened all the time with my plastic hose reel). The skinny ground anchors are a joke, and the rubber feet fall off, too (I threw them out because I figured my dog would find them and eat them). But just standing on its own on my patio, it has yet to fall over. August 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty solid This is a nice hose reel. Super solid. I have 100 ft of 5/8 hose on it and it's totally full. The hose does kink at the connection like other reviewers have mentioned. I also built a 90 degree connection out of PVC like another guy mentioned. It now works better. It should have been built that way to begin with. Surprised executives sign off on a product for production and don't actually put one together and work out any issues. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Was going to buy a metal reel I found on line(was around $180) saw this jumped on it. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excelent product the hose reel is slim, easy to wind and unwind 100 ft hose. i have a water retractable one in the back ward. not as easy as this one to unwind. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hose reel review Product is exactly like one that I got from Wayfair, and much, much cheaper! Good quality, great function, makes it a breeze to roll up a hundred foot hose! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hose reel If you want sturdy & well built, this is it. Heavy guage metal, quality parts, and easy to assemble. Built to last. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 200 Foot Hose Reel Hose reel was easy to assemble. Had some difficulty sealing around rotating hose connection. Hose reel is setting on concrete slab and is difficult to wind hose without hose reel moving around. Looks to be good quality and should last a few years. August 5, 2016
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