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    0 or 5 degree nozzle

    Im trying to figure out which nozzle I have. How can you tell the difference between the 2. I have a 1998 GP1200.


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    5 for glass picks up speed
    0 for chop

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    Look at the side of the nozle you will see a small check mark the 0 deg is at 0 deg or on center the 5 deg has a check mark that is 5 deg of of center or 5 deg up.

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    5* has 65U-10 cast into it.

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    0 deg has 65U cast on it.
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    if it hasnt been touched...than it would be the 5 degree, but like they said, check the notch.

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    I'm thinking about running a 0 deg with my skat pump.. I'm thinking it would own in light ripple to
    chop..what do you guys think? Did any one produce any after market nozzles?

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    I have both and I like both

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    I switched and Im glad I did.

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    ok... now Im confused I have a stamped 65u that has what I thought the 5 deg 'UP' pitch and also a 63* that comes streight out..
    the 65u if mounted ,is not symetrical, the bottom half from centerline is 'ballooned' out as compaired to the top..
    (is that the 5 deg? please point out where is the angle marking is? )
    the 63* I have is a streight out...perfectly symetrical

    I am thinking that with the gp760 needing nose down attitude(rear plate shims) the 63* would be best...
    this is on the 144 to 155 conversion ..

    DUMB QUESTION.. IS THERE A NOZZEL THAT IS 'DOWN'??(eliminate my plate shiming)This would force the nose down via water pressure not plate shim's that scrub speed..

    I have the SHO metal steering nozzel for this.. if i have this bored on the 5 degree down (besides what Carl/ISLD has done already ,would you think this would apply enough constant 'down'?)

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