Deal? Or naw?


#1

Even has a LAMBO ENGINE, gotta be the fastest pressure washer ever!!!:rofl::rofl:


#2

Quick google check I found a bunch of those exact same set-ups on auction. Must be military standard. Almost all of them has a lot of rust on them. Must be kept outside.

The price for this one with 400 hours seems high compared to others. I found one with 26 hours for $4K, one with 15 hour going for $3500 and another that showed .1 hours but was very rusty for $3K.

I think you could keep looking and find the same thing with less hours for the same or less money.

@squidskc does the fact they are military mean they are better or worse maintained? Abuse factor?


#3

They get serviced regularly. Either by hours or date which ever comes first. 400 hours on a diesel is nothing.


#4

I was looking at some of the other units I found and the bolts on the pumps were rusted, the burner box rusted and burnt up, etc. Looked like they were kept outside. I would also be curious on abuse? Did they turn the burners off and continue to run the gun to cool down the burner before shutting off? I equate to restaurant workers in that it is not their equipment and their $ to buy and maintain so they never really took quite as good of care of it as I would. How do the military folks handle this type of equipment? Why so many of these are they getting rid of with 400 hours being the highest usage?


#5

Good ole government spending. I went to a DRMO sale when I was in Germany and bought an 800.00 snap on socket set for 5.00. So much money gets wasted.


#6

Yep. If anything it’s over maintained. Plus it’s a Landa.

I haven’t looked at the listing yet, but between those two things I’d probably take the risk if the price is right.


#7

No.
But the trailer will sell prob 2k


#8

I say no also. Personally i wouldn’t mess around with diesel unless it’s new. The ad does claim it works properly. If i had the $ and wanted it, Id gamble and haggle at 2k max. 800 without trailer.


#9

They can’t be all bad. The trailers come from Portland Oregon! :grin:


#10

Idk if even with the military maintenance it would be a deal, I actually only looked at if because of the sweet trailer, seen lots of them built up as overland and wheelin trailers!