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I'm going to get a new pressure washer. Was using a 2500 psi..
This one looks pretty good. It's 3000 PSI. Looks good to me!
What you guys think?

 

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Looks fine to me!!!
 

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You guys got any pressure washers? I've had the same one above but in a 2500 PSI. it's worked really well. Cleaning concrete can be addictive.
I use it mainly to clean the brute as soon as I get home from a ride then i put her back in the shop.
 

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I dont have one but i borrow one like this sometimes, real good but a bit pricey

I think its 3500 psi, Honda powered, Cat oil lubed pump


 

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I want one but don't have one. The one you have pictured looks nice.
 

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thats a nice pressure washer
 

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Heck Yeah.....thats Nice..
 

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If your in it for the long haul it may be well worth it to get something powered by Honda or I hear the Subaru one are nice, and the Cat pump for sure...
 

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really just looking for comsumer grade. Occasional use maybe twice a month for 20 minutes per use.
And MAYBE the yearly clean of all the concrete and exterior vinyl siding.
I learned a lot from http://www.pressurewashersdirect.com/

By the way, Welcome to the forum, DjScrimm.
 

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Thanks Great to be here. I actually used one of those Troy Bilt the other day at a friends house..... I can say it got the job done alright, the second strongest tip was on it. I cant remember red or yellow, but it did alright. It couldn't get the baked stuff off the exhaust and what not, but I imagine their "extreme" tip or 0 would take that off. Also tried to get all the mold off his vinyl siding and it did nothing, once again, Maybe the stronger bit would work. Wish I would have tested that out so I could help ya. Also, i don't know what the Troy Bilt one cost But....

another friend of mine just purchased a RIGID from home depot with subaru engine and cat pump for something like $600-650 I believe. This one works great, just like the $900-1200 professional ones I have used in the past.
 

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That looks like something i need but for the frequency of use i cant justify the cost.
i'd suuure love to have one like that though!
 

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i think you should get anything with a briggs & stratton motor on it...could be cuz me and bruteman work there though..lol
 

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i like briggs and stratton. they power 99% of the go-karts in this country!
 

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i like briggs and stratton. they power 99% of the go-karts in this country!
yes they do and soon one on ice in MN.lol

I have a broiler on mine its got a sad 1500 psi pump on it for now but the industrial 3500 psi pump is siting next to it. Now if I can find a little diesel to spin it ill be set. Well maybe ill need the drive off a snow-blower to get it around. lol
 
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