I'm looking at getting a pressure washer at Sears. My choices that I have
narrowed it down to are a 2550 psi 6.75 Hp Briggs and Stranton Qunatum
powered one, vs. a 2800 psi Honda 6 Hp enigne. Both are Craftsman.
Is the Honda engine a better choice considering it's about $175 more? I
want to clean vinyl siding, decks, driveways and cars. It probably won't
get more than 10 hours of use a year.
It depends who makes them for Sears, I have a Coleman that is JUNK!! A
Honda engine is good but for 10 hrs a year either one will work, it is
the pump and wand that may cause you problems. Ceck Northern Hydralicks
out. Or maybe it is Northern Tool Co now. They have what you need.
From Mel & Donnie in Bluebird Valley
I'm well pleased with the DeVilbiss I bought at Sams club for $298.
Honda 5.5 - 2500 psi - 2.2 gpm, PWH Power Wave
In fact here it is with a Porter Cable label.
imo, I wouldn't own anything with a B&S on it ever again. Oh and, piss
I have an Excel 2750 PSI with a Honda engine.
I can't say if the Honda engine is better, but I have been very happy
I mainly clean my drive with mine, but I use less water, and go faster
then I would with a hose. If I had the money to burn, I would get a
small one just for the drive and a big one for other stuff. But the
small electric ones they sell at Wal Mark are mostly under powered.
With my 2750, I can stip the paint off of the drive if I am not
Just my .01 cents worth.
On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 17:17:26 GMT, "FDR"
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