Had to run the suction hose looking like the gateway to the west arch. Pump was supposed to come with nylon 1/2 npt to 3/4 barb but didnt . The only thing available on the weekend was a 90°. Not crazy about how it looks but if it pulls im fine. Im sure when i crank it up it will be deal with leaks and air but ill get it going. Already planning a bottle of water with soap to detect leaks or air. You buy everything you THINK you need and plan a shop day and half the day ends up running to Lowes again.
You need another trip. Your machine is held down with a zip tie and you have brass fittings on your bleach pump
Now I’ve seen it all. So much weight off my shoulders. No one can surprise me anymore.
I’m more intrigued by the pillow and blanket. There’s a lot going on in these two pics.
Ide definitely be sleeping on some of these ideas myself. Lol
Soapy water is for leak checking gases - on the pressure side not the suction side.
Tip - if something wet, there’s a leak.
The zip tie is going i only put it there to insure less shaking but it really is not needed. The bleach pump had plastic fittings. The 3 way valve is the only brass.
Bleach still goes through that valve… so brass…
Take engine/pump off washer cart. Mount to trailer floor. Mount to custom built shelf to allow storage underneath. But lose the cart and all the space it takes up. Unless you are still removing it from the trailer for jobs…but something about the zip tie tells me you are not.
The cart is attached to the trailer floor via u bolts. The zip is comming off as its not needed. I keep it on the cart so if it needs work its easy to roll off.