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speedskim extention pole

Discussion in 'The Plasterers Forum Tool Talk' started by swiftyspread, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. swiftyspread

    swiftyspread New Member

    morning all, i need to replace the extension pole for me speedskim the male thread on me other one has retired and cant remember which make it was i think its "universal"the thread but wanted to check before ordering online, their is a harris pole on amazon also a faithfull has anyone replaced one recently cheers in advance swifty.
  2. duke163

    duke163 Well-Known Member

    From screwfix £10.99
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  3. swiftyspread

    swiftyspread New Member

    cheers pal il have a look
  4. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    I got mine from dulux , the heavy duty paint pole :musculoso:
  5. Formby plastering

    Formby plastering Well-Known Member

    Purdy roller locks in well
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  6. beader

    beader Private Member

    I use a good pole on my speedskim , His name is Bort and he works for £40 a day cash in hand.(y)
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  7. Cornelius

    Cornelius Well-Known Member

    Yeah I've got the Purdy, I dabbled with the white speedskim years ago and used it on a pole but it was quite unsteady. 1200 though. Not been back to speedskim since
  8. Formby plastering

    Formby plastering Well-Known Member

    There is a slight wobble but I like it
  9. swiftyspread

    swiftyspread New Member

    sorted now from screwfix, cheers (y)
  10. johnzo

    johnzo Member

    I got an extendable paint pole and broke off the outside bit leaving just the internal aluminium pole it's perfect and very light to use
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