A: should be able to, need the same quick disconnect where it connects to the compressor.
A: Delta, I assume you are asking this due to experience in the past with other recoil hoses and not stretching to the length on the packaging. All recoil hoses are measured based on the actual length of the hose, but in the case of this hose it will stretch to around 23'-24' as Poly material is much more flexible than the yellow Nylon recoil hoses. I am not sure on the width dimensions, but there will be a slight coil as you stretch to the max. The starting coil dimension is about 3" in diameter if that helps.
A: 1/4 inch x 25 feet
A: I think so. It is the size of the connection where it will be used
A: JB, you should not have any issue using this hose with your compressor as long as you use the same style and size plug on the hose to connect to the coupler on the compressor.
A: While the materials are compatible with water and the working pressure rating is more than adequate — unless the pressure regulator at your location is broken and the water main pressure exceeds 125 psi — the inside diameter of this hose is rather small and would result in slow water delivery. I would choose a coiled hose from Home Depot's garden department that is made specifically to be used as garden hose. With an inside diameter of 1/2 inch compared to 1/4 inch, it could deliver four (4) times as much water at the same pressure.
A: It's a pneumatic line for an air compressor. I would not try to use it for a garden hose. Plenty of other options exist for water hoses.