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coppersmythe
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Re: Pressure Washer

Postby coppersmythe » Sat Mar 26, 2022 10:35 am

good morning jim from the dry deep south. A little bit of a rare drought . For what its worth , the electric ( from Costco ) pressure washer we bought has worked great . Long gfi protected 110v cord , long hose , couple different spray tips . quiet ! coppersmythe............................PS: slowly changing over to battery power where i can ( milwaukee 18v ) . Only gas power left is a farmboss sthil chainsaw bought long ago .

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Re: Pressure Washer

Postby Jim Becker » Mon Apr 25, 2022 1:44 pm

I did get the Yard Force electric washer from Sam's. They list it as model YF2200LC. The price with tax and shipping was under $245. One thing seemed out of whack on the order was shipping quoted at only $5.67. After I got the FedEx tracking number and could look at the shipment, I could see what evidently happened. FedEx had the weight as 5 pounds. They were off by about 50 pounds. My guess is Sam's computer has the wrong weight and FedEx just accepts whatever Sam's tells them. The expected delivery date seemed to change every time I checked status. Initially it was a week, then 2 days, etc. It actually took 4 days from when I entered the order.

Last week it was finally warm enough to try it out. The hose reel is a little on the clunky side but it works. It is water cooled, using the wash water to cool the motor. Consequently, it is limited to cold water. It would be nice if you could put warm water through it. I have not tried the soap injector yet. I just started by hitting the things I was cleaning with a pump bottle of Simple Green. It works pretty well and I'm happy with the way it runs.

Camp3
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Re: Pressure Washer

Postby Camp3 » Mon May 09, 2022 8:21 am

I can recommend getting an attachment that does concrete as shown in the link..works great and doesnt make a huge mess.
https://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools ... _200659587


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