The pump on my Troy-Bilt 2450 psi, 2.5 gpm pressure washer (w/5.0 hp
Honda engine) just went south. A google search has turned up several
makes and models of pumps, but none that are identified as
replacements for this particular model. The broken pump lacks any
useful identification names or numbers as far as I can tell. Does
anyone know if pressure washer pumps are basically interchangeable? A
3/4" shaft size seems to be a common feature, but the pumps' product
descriptions say things like "for use on a 5.0 to 6.5 hp engine",
implying a certain degree of interchange-ability among pumps and
Thanks for any help,
On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 19:50:17 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It's a 1903 model. I checked the mount, it's a square pattern, about
2.75 inches per side (between bolt holes), held on with 4 allen-head
(hex key) bolts.
The cheapest (least expensive) pump I've come across so far is a Comet
Model VRX2527G, which has similar specs re: pressure, motor
horsepower, and it "fits 4-bolt engine plates". It would be nice if I
could just upgrade the pump, as I understand that the pump is the weak
link in a consumer grade pressure washer. I've read a lot of good
things about the Honda engine, though.
My guess is the original pump is a Annovi Reverberi pump
Check this pump selector guide with your numbers
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