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My huskivarna has a 13 hp Honda and 4200 psi. way more than I need. it takes way to much rust off my truck. One more wash and I might not have a truck.
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Yep. If yer washing houses you don't want a lot of pressure. Just get a new pump or rebuild the one you have. It's not to hard.
I unbolted it but it wont budge from the shaft. I tried soaking it in penetrating oil and trying to finagle a wedge in there. The pw is a good ten years old I think its rusted to the shaft. The only idea I have left is strapping it down then putting a tow chain on the pump and drive hahaha.
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I unbolted it but it wont budge from the shaft. I tried soaking it in penetrating oil and trying to finagle a wedge in there. The pw is a good ten years old I think its rusted to the shaft. The only idea I have left is strapping it down then putting a tow chain on the pump and drive hahaha.
In that case it's ok to get a new one. Be sure to get the one that makes you happy.
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In that case it's ok to get a new one. Be sure to get the one that makes you happy.
I did get a new one its on the bottom of the 1st page. I do want to fix the old one though. It seems a waste to let that honda engine that always starts one pull sit.
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