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Spray Bar 2 Nozzles for Whisper Pro 36in

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  • Comes with 2 MEG40025 Nozzles
  • 2-Tip Replacement Spray Bar for Maxima Surface Cleaner
  • Balanced Spray Bar Assembly.
  • For use with an 8 GPM Pressure Cleaner.

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Item #: 74-8513  UPC : 00669893046092  MPN : MAX635

$163.65

$186.55

 
 
 Available to Order, Estimated Delivery: Early August
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Spray Bar 2 Nozzles for Whisper Pro 36in


WW MAX635 – 2-Tip Replacement Spray Bar for Maxima Surface Cleaner

  • Comes with 2 MEG40025 Nozzles
  • Length: 34.5 inch
  • Balanced Spray Bar Assembly.
  • For use with an 8 GPM Pressure Cleaner.

This spray bar is designed for the newer Whisper Wash Classic covers and requires 18" of clearance. If you are unsure of if you have an older or newer style we recommend that you measure your clearance with a tape measure before installation.

JRacenstein has the widest variety of Wash Parts & Accessories in the US, along with the biggest amount of in-stock items allowing us to ship the majority of Wash items same-day.



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