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Sam's Club Members: A-iPower 3,200 PSI Pressure Washer w/ Kohler 173cc Engine EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has for its Members: A-iPower 3,200 PSI Pressure Washer with 2.4 GPM Kohler 173cc OHV Engine on sale for $239.98. Shipping is free.

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  • The A-iPower 3,200 PSI Pressure Washer with 2.4 GPM Kohler 173cc OHV Engine is simple to use and ideal for cleaning driveways, sidewalks, gutters, stucco, roofs, walls, patios, cars, RVs.

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  • This Pressure Washer is highly rated receiving 4.6 stars out of possible 5 stars based on 141 customer reviews.
  • Includes 1-Year Residential Warranty on Parts & Labor. -slickdewmaster
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Sam's Club has for its members, A-iPower 3,200 PSI Pressure Washer with 2.4 GPM Kohler 173cc OHV Engine for $239.98. Shipping is free.

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I agree, I tried a Kohler engine once, and the savings is not worth the initial excitement of saving money only to build up CHINA, I'm going HONDA from now on. They last 20+ years and these others copies are just Chinese junk, and are no fun to use, work on, or have pride in.
Haha. The problem with Kohler motors (and Briggs for that matter) isn't the Chinese manufacturing, it's the stubborn American design. They're ok, but a Honda is so much more reliable.
FWIW, I have a Simpson unit with a Kohler engine and it has been fantastic, starts easily and always first try.

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Nice deal.
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Would jump on this if it had a Honda engine. Every Kohler small engine I've had leaked oil.
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I agree, I tried a Kohler engine once, and the savings is not worth the initial excitement of saving money only to build up CHINA, I'm going HONDA from now on. They last 20+ years and these others copies are just Chinese junk, and are no fun to use, work on, or have pride in.
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I agree, I tried a Kohler engine once, and the savings is not worth the initial excitement of saving money only to build up CHINA, I'm going HONDA from now on. They last 20+ years and these others copies are just Chinese junk, and are no fun to use, work on, or have pride in.
FWIW, I have a Simpson unit with a Kohler engine and it has been fantastic, starts easily and always first try.
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I agree, I tried a Kohler engine once, and the savings is not worth the initial excitement of saving money only to build up CHINA, I'm going HONDA from now on. They last 20+ years and these others copies are just Chinese junk, and are no fun to use, work on, or have pride in.
Should we tell him Honda is built next door?
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Any thoughts? I need a membership or can I pay the 5% or whatever?
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I agree, I tried a Kohler engine once, and the savings is not worth the initial excitement of saving money only to build up CHINA, I'm going HONDA from now on. They last 20+ years and these others copies are just Chinese junk, and are no fun to use, work on, or have pride in.
Haha. The problem with Kohler motors (and Briggs for that matter) isn't the Chinese manufacturing, it's the stubborn American design. They're ok, but a Honda is so much more reliable.
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I agree, I tried a Kohler engine once, and the savings is not worth the initial excitement of saving money only to build up CHINA, I'm going HONDA from now on. They last 20+ years and these others copies are just Chinese junk, and are no fun to use, work on, or have pride in.
Honda is Japanese... Lol
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Haha. The problem with Kohler motors (and Briggs for that matter) isn't the Chinese manufacturing, it's the stubborn American design. They're ok, but a Honda is so much more reliable.
Ahh I didn't know Kohler was an American design... I thought it was a copy of a Yamaha or Honda motor? But what do I know.
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I loathe this style with the water hookup underneath the unit at the very bottom. Makes moving the thing around a pain in the rear.
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I have mitsubishi engine in mine How does that compare.
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I have a cub kadet lawn mower with a kohler engine I have had for 20 years. Still works great. Chappy throwing shade at Kohler
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