To build this run-through, you will need:
(2) 1-in. x 10-ft. PVC poles ($2.37 each at Lowe's)
(3) 1-in. end caps ($1.10 each at Lowe's)
(2) 1-in. 90 degree PVC tees ($0.74 each at Lowe's)
(2) 1-in. 90 degree PVC elbows ($0.59 each at Lowe's)
(1) threaded adapter - to attach hose to PVC ($1.60 at Lowe's)
(1) hose with 2 "female" ends
4 oz. can PVC primer ($3.97 at Lowe's)
4 oz. can PVC cement ($3.98 at Lowe's)
(With the primer & cement, you will NOT need all of the 4 oz. cans, this is just the smallest of each I could find. Realistically, you could get away with 1-2 oz total each.)
Total Spent: $17.62 after 8.25% tax (including 1/2 of each can)
Now for the steps... You ready?
Step 1: Measure your cuts! Mark one of the 10-foot poles into two pieces (1 at 4 feet long and the other at 6 feet long). Mark the other 10-foot pole into three pieces (1 at 6 feet long and the other 2 each at 2 feet long).
Step 2: Cut at the measured marks using a hand saw or something similar.
Step 3: Drill holes (using a 3/32" or 7/64" drill bit) about every 7-8 inches along each of the 6-foot-long poles & the 4-foot-long pole.
Step 4: Sand all cuts and drilled holes to smooth out any roughness.
Step 5: Prime & glue joints according to the manufacturer's instructions. I am including a super high-tech DIY guide to show you where each piece goes in case you might be confused by all of it. I hope it helps. This really is a simple project... :)
Step 6: Allow for drying before use. Apply sunscreen, connect hose, and run through!