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4.0g 3500psi Hot VBelt 12v Skid

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  • Precision camshaft design offers precise valve timing and optimal valve overlap for better fuel efficency
  • OHV design for increased efficiency and optimal power transfer
  • Ball bearing supported crankshaft for greater stability
  • Reduced mechanical noise due to piston design
  • Easy, convenient, heavy duty control box

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Item #: 74-1605  UPC : 00669893040076  MPN : 4012PRO-10G

$7,583.90

$8,301.30

 
 
 Available to Order, Estimated Delivery: Early August
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4.0g 3500psi Hot VBelt 12v Skid

Manufacturer Part Number: 4012PRO-10G

    General Pump

    Honda GX390 Engine

    Rugged steel, low profile frame with powder coated finish. 48"L x 40"W x 41"H frame dimensions
Item Code:74-1605
CATEGORIES:All Pressure Washers

  • Super efficient insulated schedule 80 coil
  • Stainless steel coil wrap, burner hood, control panel
  • 15 gallon poly diesel fuel tank with fuel filters
  • Commercial/Industrial grade engines w/electric start
  • Reliable Beckett burners
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Safety pressure relief valve
  • 3VX belt system offers balanced power transfer

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