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    The Pisser on a hose?

    When Running on a hose, should water be squirting out the pisser?


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    RIVERA RACING RIVERA RACING's Avatar
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    yes..

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    Re: The Pisser on a hose?

    my gp760 only pisses out the left side pisser, not the rear one

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    Yes but sometimes no. I had to crank the hose up almost all the way before the water came out the pisser.

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    Thanks for the replies. Got it going. Turned the hose up more.

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    On our GPR's it takes what seems like a full minute or so before both sides start peeing. Sometimes one side starts and it takes longer for the other side to kick in. We were a bit alarmed at first cuz' our Kawa's start peeing almost immediately.

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