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Old 08-30-2016, 08:32 AM   #1
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Hose and cord management

I've used these for years for cords and air hoses in my shop. Now that I have a TT I didn't see a reason not to use them there too.
This is a 25' fresh water hose in the standard size holder. I have their XL version coming from Amazon today to hold my 50' freshwater hose. Once I do the 30 amp cord mod I'll grab another to hold it too. They are a great way to keep things tidy and protected.
Just thought I'd pass along the idea!
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Old 08-30-2016, 08:59 AM   #2
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Brilliant idea!
Here's the link to Amazon for anyone looking.
http://amzn.to/2byTwFk
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Old 08-30-2016, 09:06 AM   #3
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Brilliant idea!
Here's the link to Amazon for anyone looking.
http://amzn.to/2byTwFk
Thanks for throwing up the link Loosenuts! Totally spaced that, here's the link to the product video that shows how it works.
https://youtu.be/RIASDFJ2Kbw
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I totally forgot about these things. We had them on the dock for ropes, power and water.
These will be perfect for use with the trailer!!
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Old 08-30-2016, 09:38 AM   #5
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Brilliant idea!
Here's the link to Amazon for anyone looking.
http://amzn.to/2byTwFk
Affiliate links in the forum?!
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Old 08-30-2016, 10:58 AM   #6
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Affiliate links in the forum?!
This thread is a place for these type posts. Any thing that brings you a financial reward will be swiftly discouraged.

http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f5...rst-33447.html
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This thread is a place for these type posts. Any thing that brings you a financial reward will be swiftly discouraged.

http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f5...rst-33447.html
Cool, I asked the question because the post above mine contained an affiliate link to amazon. amzn.to/* is a revenue link.

I figured (was correct) that this isn't allowed here.
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Cool, I asked the question because the post above mine contained an affiliate link to amazon. amzn.to/* is a revenue link.

I figured (was correct) that this isn't allowed here.
Really??? Are you the forum police? OP was providing a link for where to buy the item (which I clicked on so I could see some of the amazon product reviews).
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Really??? Are you the forum police? OP was providing a link for where to buy the item (which I clicked on so I could see some of the amazon product reviews).
I don't think you get it, or understand the difference between an affiliate link, and a normal link into Amazon.com. That's cool, a lot of people don't. I'll explain.

Amazon affiliates are provided with unique URL's into Amazon to give to their 'customers' - amazon affiliates are subcontractors that get paid by amazon. The links affiliates provide you give you one click access into an item in the amazon catalog that they receive CASH for when you make the purchase. *The link that was provided to you was an affiliate link.* How do I know? I am an Amazon affiliate and the shorthand naming convention for those links is "amzn.to(plus some random chars here)". But I have the ethical fortitude to not farm my links on this forum (unlike others).

It bothers me because as a blogger that follows the rules - I know we are not allowed to provide our amazon affiliate links on this forum. It also violates the TOS with Amazon and can result in said person getting their affiliate account shut down. I do not believe this forum is the proper place to be farming for customers, and I know I'm right because their are specific rules against it - both here - and on the Amazon side. Does that make me the forum police?? or just someone that want *you to know* that you are being marketed to by said person. We all have to play by the same rules and when I see another affiliate abusing them, it irritates me.

This is *not* a case of someone sending you a link to amazon so you can check out a product - I do that myself and I don't get paid when you click on mine. This is a case of someone profiting from the fact that you clicked on *their affiliate link*

Hope that makes sense. If you don't mind being farmed for product that results in a commission for the poster, that's fine with me. I find it unethical when the relationship with Amazon is not disclosed, and as it turns out, against policy here as well.

Do what you will with said information. It was a community service announcement.
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Consider me "educated". Honestly I could care less if the poster receives a couple of cents in his Amazon cash account for posting an affiliate link rather than a regular link to Amazon. What's the difference anyway if I were to buy the item it would theoretically be the same price - I would be happy that someone was able to get a few cents off of it rather than all the profit going to Amazon.

I understand that it's against the rules and shame on the poster for ignoring them. I'm pretty sure his intent was not to market...

Thank you for keeping this forum safer for all of us. I appreciate it.
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