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Old 05-07-2014, 04:15 PM
321birdguy 321birdguy is offline
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Thank you haven't we all Ben busy
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Old 05-08-2014, 01:05 AM
Ffrandl Ffrandl is offline
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i am currently considering a enclosed trailer for my newley started business
but i thought being i have a landscape trailer should i wait on the enclosed trailer and buy a hot water power washer i currently have a cold water washer 2.4 gpm
3000 psi cat pump honda motor...thinking about a
3000 psi 4 gpm hot /cold/steam
should i add a hot water washer and wait on the enclosed trailer?
is it worth going into hot water washing also?
I would go with hot water it cleans faster. And can also cut down on chem. Costs I own a small 3000 psi cold washere and an enclosed truck mount trailer 3000 psi washer . The truck mount hands down cleans better and an enclosed trailer is a life saver for all my supplies and pressure tools
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Old 05-15-2014, 01:58 AM
hamiltonenterprising hamiltonenterprising is offline
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I'd suggest belt drive over direct every time
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Old 05-20-2014, 11:07 PM
StraitShot StraitShot is offline
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Just my opinion....No need for hot water MOST of the time with residential work. Think less about psi and more about gpm(gallons per min). A great house washing rig is going to have at least 5-5.5 gpm and 3k -3.5k psi. Try and stick with the Honda gx630-690 engines. But most importantly is research research research.
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