7 Machine
Home / Mud

what do you use to clean the toys?

88rxn/a2010-08-08 07:30:36 +0000 #1
i need a new pressure washer. i bought a $100 walmart special one 2 years ago and it died on me.

do you use a gas one? electric?

links are great (just sayin!) hint hint...

here is what im looking at now:

www.vminnovations.co...Washer_2100_PSI.html

i think what caught my eye is that its a BRUTE!

so, opinions please?

im not looking to spend alot, and i know you get what you pay for but the budget thing is keeping me from going all out.
650Brute2010-08-08 07:40:33 +0000 #2
That'd do the trick,....

We have an electric one that does ok...
nmkawierider2010-08-08 08:08:39 +0000 #3
Yeah...that's the one. 2000psi, plenty of power.
Muleskinner2010-08-08 07:39:11 +0000 #4
For washing a quad I prefer lots of volume with a little less pressure. Easier on electronics and seals. I have a 3200 psi 3 gpm gas job with a large nozzle that gives about 1000 psi. 5 gpm I would guess. Cleans great.
1bigforeman2010-08-08 09:07:54 +0000 #5
I have this one. www.homedepot.com/h_...0051&catalogId=10053

I use it for everything.
dbmachine2010-08-08 09:29:33 +0000 #6
I got the Craftsman 2550 PSI with briggs motor from sears. Comes with 4 different tips. One for presoaking your detergent, a 40 degree fan tip, 15 degree tip, and a jet tip that is deadly. I use the 40 degree tip since it isnt as high a pressure and has a good wide coverage. Has the stations on it where it will automatically feed from the detergent bottles in the onboard cradle. I believe i paid 279$. IF you have a sears credit card dont know if its the time of the year or not but i was able to make 12 months no interest payments on it. Seems like my payment was like 25$ a month for a year. NOt too bad.

A good pressure washer come in handly on more things than just washing the cars and atvs. Cleaning vinyl siding, carports, patios, outdoor furniture just to name a few.
Polaris4252010-08-08 09:33:04 +0000 #7


phreebsd2010-08-08 10:34:07 +0000 #8
two people here on the forum work for briggs and stratton..

does anyone remember who that is?

Reply

Name:
Content:


Other posts in this category