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Tech- - Engine / Help needed for a reliable/budget electric pressur
« on: May 22, 2011, 08:20:56 PM »


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Hi everybody, I’m looking for a pressure washer and foam
cannon, and wanted to know if anyone had any suggestions?



I have looked at some Karcher and Husky ones in stores, but the reviews online
are across the board.



Essentially, I need something that should to be:



Reliable - don't want it to break down after minimal usage or need to change
parts

Reasonably priced - looking to spend around $100, don't need anything too fancy

Easily compatible with foam cannons - would like to avoid buying adapters



For the 3rd point, how many different type of attachments are there? Should I
try and buy a PW with a specific nozzle for optimal foam cannon compatibility?

Thanks in advance!




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