So I’m visiting my local supplier when he tells me that I don’t really HAVE to buy an 8 gallon machine to get 8 gallons. Intrigued, I asked questions. Instead of buying a new 8 gallon system, I bought a new trailer that will hold both of my existing PWers, a 3500psi 5gpm and a 4000psi 4 gpm.
If anyone’s interested, I could take some pics to show my new setup. I don’t know spit about shooting video and posting, but if someone can show me I’ll video the difference between one machine and cranking up the second. It’s pretty awesome.
Please tell me it’s not the same vendor that sold you a predator with an AR pump… if it is I’m gonna headlock and find a locker to throw you in Atlanta. If no locker, I’m gonna elbow drop you from the rafters like Ric Flair.
I will dissent on this My esteemed colleagues have a different opinion, but I just LOVE the ability to reduce my flow by turning one machine off, and rinsing like a muthatrucking monster by cranking the second machine up. AND, by having two machines at the ready, I unplug the fitting and my sidekick can clean the house while I surface clean, and because i have the soft wash system on the trailer, I can actually have a third person laying chemical or roof washing while everything else is going on. With this new setup and the buffer tank, I am cutting the time necessary to do jobs by about a third,
AND, to @squidskc, no, this is Pressure Works. Nonetheless, I made a lot of money from that Predator piece of crap, and the belt drive machine he sold me, as well as that AR pump are still very much a part of my system, as you’ll see in the pictures,
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No belt guard is stupid. Buy an 8 gpm machine and be done with it. A lot of people seem to nickle and dime used equipment together but get upset when they lose a job to someone bidding cheaper
It’s the exact same thing lol.