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[Home Depot] Ryobi 2900psi 2.3gpm gas pressure washer $277

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Jan 18, 2017
205 posts
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andrewkyng wrote: The Ryobi is a vertical shaft, this is based on the replacement part schematic on the company website: https://manuals.ttigroupna.com/system/f ... 1.pdf?2018

I've read that vertical wears out faster than horizontal is kind of a myth: http://blog.hondalawnparts.com/horizont ... l-engines/

Someone mentioned about using this for car wash, just make sure you use a wider angle nozzle to spread out the force and DO NOT USE ZERO nozzle!, it will damage your car for sure.

In any event, this is a good deal, can't wait to pickup mine tmr.
Thanks for the info..agreed..great deal for those of us that scored it
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Oct 26, 2015
33 posts
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Mississauga
I decided to go with shipping to home.
I am afraid order does not get cancelled.
Deal Addict
Nov 17, 2007
1937 posts
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NB
So I’m still sitting on mine since I got it and will probably return it since I need a pressure washer for my cars and I’m afraid of damaging the paint with this one.

It was such a good price and gas is good at more demanding jobs, but I really don’t want to damage my cars.
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Sep 18, 2008
121 posts
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Colin0317 wrote: So I’m still sitting on mine since I got it and will probably return it since I need a pressure washer for my cars and I’m afraid of damaging the paint with this one.

It was such a good price and gas is good at more demanding jobs, but I really don’t want to damage my cars.
You can dial the pressure down by using a bigger orifice nozzle. That's exactly what I did.

Right at the 23 min mark he demonstrates this.

5.0 - 6.0 orifice should be perfect for washing cars. 40 Degree Pressure Washer Nozzle with 5.0 Orifice

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