Classic
PRO Metal
Repair

Instructions

Easy to follow product instructions for your classic PRO metal hose repair

Instructions

Classic PRO Metal Hose Repair

Easy to follow product instructions for your classic PRO metal hose repair

Instructions

Classic PRO Metal Hose Repair

Easy to follow product instructions for your classic PRO metal hose repair

Congratulations on your purchase of a Ray Padula PRO metal hose repair kit! Follow these instructions to properly install your repair. These instructions apply to the hose, male, and female thread repairs (RP-RIHR-3, RP-RIFR-3 and RP-RIMR-3), pictured below.

Note: Depending on where you purchased your repair kit, the "RP-" prefix may be substituted.

Congratulations on your purchase of a Ray Padula PRO metal hose repair kit! Follow these instructions to properly install your repair. These instructions apply to the hose, male, and female thread repairs (RP-RIHR-3, RP-RIFR-3 and RP-RIMR-3), pictured below.

Note: Depending on where you purchased your repair kit, the "RP-" prefix may be substituted.

Congratulations on your purchase of a Ray Padula PRO metal hose repair kit! Follow these instructions to properly install your repair. These instructions apply to the hose, male, and female thread repairs (RP-RIHR-3, RP-RIFR-3 and RP-RIMR-3), pictured below.

Note: Depending on where you purchased your repair kit, the "RP-" prefix may be substituted.

Tools Needed

Tools Needed

Tools Needed

In order to properly install your hose repair kit, the following tools are needed:

1. Phillips head screw driver, for kit installation

2. Utility knife, or pipe / hose cutters to cut the damaged area of your hose being repaired.

In order to properly install your hose repair kit, the following tools are needed:

1. Phillips head screw driver, for kit installation

2. Utility knife, or pipe / hose cutters to cut the damaged area of your hose being repaired.

In order to properly install your hose repair kit, the following tools are needed:

1. Phillips head screw driver, for kit installation

2. Utility knife, or pipe / hose cutters to cut the damaged area of your hose being repaired.

Installing a Hose Repair Kit

Use a hose repair kit to mend a burst or damage located in the middle of your garden hose.

RIHR-3 can be used to repair any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.

For instructions on installing a thread repair kit, continue reading below.

Installing a Hose Repair Kit

Use a hose repair kit to mend a burst or damage located in the middle of your garden hose.

RIHR-3 can be used to repair any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.

For instructions on installing a thread repair kit, continue reading below.

Installing a Hose Repair Kit

Use a hose repair kit to mend a burst or damage located in the middle of your garden hose.

RIHR-3 can be used to repair any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.

For instructions on installing a thread repair kit, continue reading below.

Open Your Repair Kit

Open Your Repair Kit

Open Your Repair Kit

Carefully remove your hose repair kit from its packaging.

1. Remove all product packaging, and secure all individual product parts.

2. When fully disassembled, your metal hose repair kit will include (4) half collars, (4) stainless steel screws, and (1) hose coupling insert.

Carefully remove your hose repair kit from its packaging.

1. Remove all product packaging, and secure all individual product parts.

2. When fully disassembled, your metal hose repair kit will include (4) half collars, (4) stainless steel screws, and (1) hose coupling insert.

Carefully remove your hose repair kit from its packaging.

1. Remove all product packaging, and secure all individual product parts.

2. When fully disassembled, your metal hose repair kit will include (4) half collars, (4) stainless steel screws, and (1) hose coupling insert.

Installation

Installation

Installation

Step 1
Cut away Hose Damage

Using a utility knife or pipe/hose cutter, carefully cut away the damaged section of the hose.

Be sure have two clean edges on either side of the hose.

Step 2
Insert Hose Repair

Insert the hose repair coupling into one side of the garden hose. Be sure to insert all the way to the raised stopper portion.

Once inserted, attach the other side of the hose.

Helpful Hint! Warming your hose in the sun prior to installation will allow for easier coupling attachment.

Step 3
Attach Collars

Place collars around each end of the hose, right below the raised stopper portion of the inserted coupling.

Then, tighten the stainless steel screws to secure the collars together. There are a total of four (4) screws.

Congratulations!

Your garden hose is repaired.

Step 1
Cut away Hose Damage

Using a utility knife or pipe/hose cutter, carefully cut away the damaged section of the hose.

Be sure have two clean edges on either side of the hose.

Step 2
Insert Hose Repair

Insert the hose repair coupling into one side of the garden hose. Be sure to insert all the way to the raised stopper portion.

Once inserted, attach the other side of the hose.

Helpful Hint! Warming your hose in the sun prior to installation will allow for easier coupling attachment.

Step 3
Attach Collars

Place collars around each end of the hose, right below the raised stopper portion of the inserted coupling.

Then, tighten the stainless steel screws to secure the collars together. There are a total of four (4) screws.

Congratulations!

Your garden hose is repaired.

Step 1
Cut away Hose Damage

Using a utility knife or pipe/hose cutter, carefully cut away the damaged section of the hose.

Be sure have two clean edges on either side of the hose.

Step 2
Insert Hose Repair

Insert the hose repair coupling into one side of the garden hose. Be sure to insert all the way to the raised stopper portion.

Once inserted, attach the other side of the hose.

Helpful Hint! Warming your hose in the sun prior to installation will allow for easier coupling attachment.

Step 3
Attach Collars

Place collars around each end of the hose, right below the raised stopper portion of the inserted coupling.

Then, tighten the stainless steel screws to secure the collars together. There are a total of four (4) screws.

Congratulations!

Your garden hose is repaired.

Installing a Thread Repair Kit

Use a thread repair kit to mend broken or crushed male and female threads.

RIFR-3 can be used to repair female threads on any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.
RIMR-3 can be used to repair male threads on any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.

Installing a Thread Repair Kit

Use a thread repair kit to mend broken or crushed male and female threads.

RIFR-3 can be used to repair female threads on any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.
RIMR-3 can be used to repair male threads on any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.

Installing a Thread Repair Kit

Use a thread repair kit to mend broken or crushed male and female threads.

RIFR-3 can be used to repair female threads on any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.
RIMR-3 can be used to repair male threads on any brand 5/8 - 3/4 in. (1.59 - 1.90 cm.) diameter garden hose.

Open Your Repair Kit

Open Your Repair Kit

Open Your Repair Kit

Carefully remove your hose thread repair kit from its packaging.

1. Remove all product packaging, and secure all individual product parts.

2. When fully disassembled, your metal hose thread repair kit will include (2) half collars, (2) stainless steel screws, and (1) thread repair insert.

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Carefully remove your hose thread repair kit from its packaging.

1. Remove all product packaging, and secure all individual product parts.

2. When fully disassembled, your metal hose thread repair kit will include (2) half collars, (2) stainless steel screws, and (1) thread repair insert.

Carefully remove your hose thread repair kit from its packaging.

1. Remove all product packaging, and secure all individual product parts.

2. When fully disassembled, your metal hose thread repair kit will include (2) half collars, (2) stainless steel screws, and (1) thread repair insert.

Installation

Installation

Installation

Step 1
Cut off Damaged Threads

Using a utility knife or pipe/hose cutter, carefully cut off the damaged threads.

Step 2
Insert New Thread Coupling

Insert the thread repair coupling into the garden hose. Be sure to insert all the way to the stopper at the end of the threads.

Helpful Hint! Warming your hose in the sun prior to installation will allow for easier coupling attachment.

Step 3
Attach Collars

Place collars around the end of the hose, right below the threads.

Then, tighten the stainless steel screws to secure the collars together. There are a total of two (2) screws.

NOTE: If installing female threads, make sure the coupling swivels freely before attaching collars.

Congratulations!

Your garden hose threads are repaired!

Step 1
Cut off Damaged Threads

Using a utility knife or pipe/hose cutter, carefully cut off the damaged threads.

Step 2
Insert New Thread Coupling

Insert the thread repair coupling into the garden hose. Be sure to insert all the way to the stopper at the end of the threads.

Helpful Hint! Warming your hose in the sun prior to installation will allow for easier coupling attachment.

Step 3
Attach Collars

Place collars around the end of the hose, right below the threads.

Then, tighten the stainless steel screws to secure the collars together. There are a total of two (2) screws.

NOTE: If installing female threads, make sure the coupling swivels freely before attaching collars.

Congratulations!

Your garden hose threads are repaired!

Step 1
Cut off Damaged Threads

Using a utility knife or pipe/hose cutter, carefully cut off the damaged threads.

Step 2
Insert New Thread Coupling

Insert the thread repair coupling into the garden hose. Be sure to insert all the way to the stopper at the end of the threads.

Helpful Hint! Warming your hose in the sun prior to installation will allow for easier coupling attachment.

Step 3
Attach Collars

Place collars around the end of the hose, right below the threads.

Then, tighten the stainless steel screws to secure the collars together. There are a total of two (2) screws.

NOTE: If installing female threads, make sure the coupling swivels freely before attaching collars.

Congratulations!

Your garden hose threads are repaired!

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