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Hi guys, this is my first post in this forums, i am from Chile, and I apologize because my English is very basic, ok?...

Time a go, searching for information about the differences between the connectors Core of Holmatro and Streamline of Lukas, I read in this web that a weakness is the female connector Lukas "is like a spoon and can get into a lot of sand"... but... I did a test run and connection, and the result that works perfectly.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPgxFGKdMWY

Core users can say the same?

Stay safe

Raúl
From Chile

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Nobody uses Holmatro with Core technology or Hurst/Lukas with Streamline in USA?.....

...No one has opinions on this?
Hi Raùl

I'm not familiar with these equipment but i'll pass the question to one of my friend who is specialized in extrication and comme back to you soon.

Raúl de la Jara M. said:
Nobody uses Holmatro with Core technology or Hurst/Lukas with Streamline in USA?.....

...No one has opinions on this?
I watched a demonstration of Hurst, Homaltro and TNT equipment. All of the vendors said that the female connection could collect junk, but just knocking it against something would clear it enough that it would lock. THe worst thing to get in it was snow. It would pack into the connection and keep the male end from locking, and because it was soaked with oil and packed tight against the wall, it was very hard to clear out.

Hope that this helps,
Larry
We run Holmatro with Core Hoses. To say we love it would be a gross understatement. All our personnel comment on how much nicer it is the use, coil and work. The single hose elimination of the "dump" valve makes the tool set up much more user friendly.

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