We sell 10 ft clothes washer hoses (about $8) and threaded
couplers ($1.50) to connect them together. But if you're running
that far, why not do it right and just run copper pipe to the
machine? Running that much rubber is juat asking for burst
problems down the road, and probably wouldn't pass your
local code anyway.
If it's for a temporary installation, a couple of high quality garden
hoses with F/F couplers on the male end would work. Just be
sure you turn the water off when not in use (recommended with
any washer installation if at all possible).
Hope that's of some help.
Dave's Repair Service
New Albany, PA
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