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Old Rubber Air Hoses.

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Old Rubber Air Hoses. (post #216508)

I've got a bunch of old 100' rubber air hoses that I bought back in 2005. I remember spending a few hundred on them. But I haven't used them in years since switching to poly hoses, and also no longer run a crew of more than two.


Are they worth keeping for anything? Are they worth trying to sell? I hate to just throw them out considering how much I initially invested in them, but right now they are just eating up space.

What do you think?


Around here we have a Habitat (post #216508, reply #1 of 4)

Around here we have a Habitat for Humanity "ReStore" store which collects and sells usable buildling matrerials and tools.  Check for something similar near you.

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Thnks for reply.  That is (post #216508, reply #4 of 4)

Thnks for reply.  That is one option.


I love the rubber air hoses. (post #216508, reply #2 of 4)

I love the rubber air hoses. We use them on long runs to get to where we're working as they stay in place. I still buy them.

Florida Licensed Building Contractor, 50 years experience in commercial remodeling, new homes, home remodeling and repairs and all types building maintenance.

Thanks for the reply. I've (post #216508, reply #3 of 4)

Thanks for the reply. I've been hanging on to them in case I started running a bigger crew again. But they just taking up space for years not now. True, they do lay flatter.