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Ball Valve Assy 3000psi w/QC

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  • whisper wash and wand without shutting off your pressure washer
  • max pressure 3000psi

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Item #: 74-4960  UPC : 00669893042292  MPN : ABV038



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Ball Valve Assy 3000psi w/QC

pressure washer ball valve for the whirl-a-way and whisper wash flat surface cleaners.this ball valve has the following specifications

allows you to switch between the whirl-a-way or whisper wash and wand without shutting off your pressure washer

max pressure 3000psi

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