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4.0g 4000psi Cold Belt GP 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 #: 74-1108  UPC : 00669893039476  MPN : S/EB4040HG

$2,580.50

$2,824.60

 
 
 Available Early March
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Manufacturer Part Number:S/EB4040HG

    4.0 gpm @ 4,000 psi Belt Drive

    Honda GX390 Engine

    AR Pump
Item Code:74-1108
CATEGORIES:All Pressure Washers


  • Revolutionary aircraft-grade aluminum frame with dual handles (no welds to fail)
  • Lifetime frame warranty
  • 50 mesh inlet filter
  • Adjustable pressure unloader
  • Low oil shutdown
  • Pneumatic tires
  • Dual padded hock-absorbing feet
  • 3/4 in. cold-rolled steel threaded axle
  • Commercial/Industrial-grade engines
  • Thermo-sensor (prevents overheating in bypass mode)

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