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Tractor Supply has the Honda 190cc Simpson Pressure washer on sale for $349 reg $399. 3300 psi and 2.4 GPM Model 60921

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Showing 379 for me....
Sams club has same thing for 349
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Showing $349 in central FL.
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Showing 349 for me. 72758. Thanks!
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Anyone have this? Comment how it is?
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Anyone have this? Comment how it is?
Same question. Too much pressure for car?
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I'm guessing this with Honda engine is better than the Husqvarna with Briggs at Costco? Same specs and same price
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I'm guessing this with Honda engine is better than the Husqvarna with Briggs at Costco? Same specs and same price
The only advantage to Costco is the return policy
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Need to add YMMV to the title $379 in my area
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Same question. Too much pressure for car?
Well it has 4 different additions that you put to change the spread of water. Usually they also have a knob that controls pressure as well.
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You can do a lot of damage with 3200 PSI if you don't know what you're doing,
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Anyone have this? Comment how it is?
I have this unit and it works great! I got it about a year ago. I got it for less than $300 from Home Depot online. Only gripe is the hose is too stiff, like it was soaked in Viagra before shipping. Otherwise, it's a beast and has done a great job at any job I've thrown at it. I do recommend using a synthetic gas (canned) unless you're going to be using it very often. For the few times a year I use it, the canned gas is much more stable, fewer maintenance headaches, but much more expensive. It works out in the end. Cheap ethanol gas, ate up carbs/seals, more repairs.
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I first read that as Homer Simpson pressure washer.
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I'm guessing this with Honda engine is better than the Husqvarna with Briggs at Costco? Same specs and same price
hondas are close to or the most reliable small engine out there. anything with a honda engine is coveted, but you usually pay for it too
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I have this unit and it works great! I got it about a year ago. I got it for less than $300 from Home Depot online. Only gripe is the hose is too stiff, like it was soaked in Viagra before shipping. Otherwise, it's a beast and has done a great job at any job I've thrown at it. I do recommend using a synthetic gas (canned) unless you're going to be using it very often. For the few times a year I use it, the canned gas is much more stable, fewer maintenance headaches, but much more expensive. It works out in the end. Cheap ethanol gas, ate up carbs/seals, more repairs.
I agree. I had a issue with the pump/engine locking up on me but I think that was because I lent it to a friend. Not sure what they did to mess it up but was able to fix it by removing the spark plug and spraying some lubricant in the opening. Machine works great when you know how to work it. Go online and watch some videos before you start using it so you don't make amateur mistakes. Honda engine is fantastic.
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