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Black Max 2700 PSI Gas Pressure Washer (Powered by Subaru 174cc) Sams Club $259.99

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Just heads up Sams Club has a Black Max 2700 PSI Gas Pressure Washer (Powered by Subaru 174cc) on sale for 259.88. I picked up one today. I used my Sams Club CC Reward money to bring it down to $190.00. Details below

Ideal for buildings, driveways and decks
Durable Subaru EA175 OHC gas engine
Includes 4 quick-connect spray nozzles
On-board 1-gallon detergent tank
Axial cam aluminum pump for increased durability

Subaru EA175 commercial-grade engine
174 CC Subaru engine
2700 PSI / 2.4 GPM (gallons per minute)
Includes soap tank
12" never-flat wheels
Includes 4 quick connect nozzles: 0°, 25°, 40° and soap
Includes 25' non-marring high-pressure hose

3 year warranty.

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/blac...9891250.ip
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much better than pos electric San Jose one
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Anyone know if the pump is replaceable with something better in the future?
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Seems to be very limited stock.
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This is regular priced at the club near me.
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I'm sure this is an awesome washer, but it doesn't seem like that amazing of a price.
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I'm sure this is an awesome washer, but it doesn't seem like that amazing of a price.
Actually, you are getting a commercial engine and a long life pump. Normally this sell for over $300, so this is a good deal. I have got the same unit from Home Depot for $95.00, left over/open item and it's awesome. Starts right away, sips on gas, and it has a chain driven engine with a OHC.
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Actually, you are getting a commercial engine and a long life pump. Normally this sell for over $300, so this is a good deal. I have got the same unit from Home Depot for $95.00, left over/open item and it's awesome. Starts right away, sips on gas, and it has a chain driven engine with a OHC.
$95!? wow. when did you find that?
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$95!? wow. when did you find that?
It was a left over model, discounted to $199.00. Then discounted again to 149.99, spring clearance. I went to the manager and explained that the hose was cracked and bubbled, and he deducted another $49.00. Finally, I had a coupon for $5.00 off.Here is the receipt:
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I used it this weekend to pressure washer the front porch and sidewalks. Works great.

I also purchased a Chemical Guys Foam Blaster to wash the cars with and it worked very well with it. If you have a power washer and don't have one of these look into it. very fun to use and makes washing the car a little easier.
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It was a left over model, discounted to $199.00. Then discounted again to 149.99, spring clearance. I went to the manager and explained that the hose was cracked and bubbled, and he deducted another $49.00. Finally, I had a coupon for $5.00 off.Here is the receipt:
Good grab! I tried looking up my local inventory for the same model you bought but nothing came up on brickseek so I'm sure they would have been grabbed up by now.
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Price just dropped to $219 on this one with the $40 instant rebate..
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Just cant bring myself to own a Subaru Stick Out Tongue
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in for one at $219.
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i am trying to decide between this one and the powerstroke one that costco has, 50 dollar difference, is electric start and 400 psi worth 50 dollars? also, some have complained that the hoses are bursting on the costco one.
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