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8.0g 3000psi Cold Belt AR Skid

Quick Overview

  • Honda V-twin engines offer high horsepower, great adaptability, quiet operation, and excellent fuel efficiency.
  • Aluminum push rods with steel tips - lighter weight, lower vibration, and quieter operation
  • Includes a rev limiter to protect against damage from over-speeding.
  • Two barrel inner-vent carburetor for more precise fuel metering
  • Fuel economy is similar to fuel injection, with the simplicity of carburetion.

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Item #: 74-1121  UPC : 00669893039698  MPN : S/VB8030HGEA406
This is an obsolete Item

Manufacturer Part Number:S/VB8035HAEA406

    8.0 gpm @ 3500 psi Belt Drive

    Honda GX690 Engine

    General Pump
Item Code:74-1121
CATEGORIES:Cold Water 8gpm Pressure Washers

Pressure Washer includes:

  • 50-Feet of High Pressure Hose
  • 36" Insulated Wand with Quick Connect for Nozzles
  • Trigger Gun
  • 4 Color Coded, Quick Coupler Nozzles
  • Extra 1/4" and 3/8" Viton O-Rings
  • Battery
  • 6 Gallon Gas Tank
  • Downstream Injector
  • Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Frame
  • 50 Mesh Inlet Filter
  • Low Oil Shutdown Feature
  • High Quality General Pump

  • Setup for Tank Draw

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