Pressure washer 4400 psi
2023.06.04 23:11 thiethie_c TPMS rattling?
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Having a tire pressure monitoring system seemed like a good idea but it seems to create a bit of an issue. There is a knocking sound at high speed which is weird because the cap clears the fender arms ( as demonstrated at lower speeds). I’m open to any expert’s troubleshooting. If everything fails, I will conclude that it brings more harm than good and will remove it. Thank you submitted by thiethie_c to ElectricScooters [link] [comments]
P.s. the problem occurs only at the front tire. The rear tire has no issues.
P.p.s. The monitoring system itself is great though. Having the psi level always on screen is very convenient.
2023.06.04 23:04 CantaloupeFew2335 Hose pipe for pressure washer
Hey 👋 I’ve just brought a Ava master p70 pressure washer and was wondering what the best low pressure hose I could get for it would be ( from garden tap to machine)
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2023.06.04 22:41 Sea-Secretary-4389 1500psi Gas powered washer
I’m looking for a 1500psi gas pressure washer. From what I’ve seen they’re only made electric. Which I am open to using but not sure how I could power it other than asking to use customer outlet. I have a 3000psi washer already but I’m wanting to add mobile car washing into my services and my washer would forsure ruin cars. Thanks in advance
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2023.06.04 22:17 peon2 [Help request] How to replace soldered outdoor spigot
I'm in a house that was originally built 1950 though I don't know how old this particular water fixture is.
I tried twisting it off with channel locks and quickly came to the realization this is probably soldered on.
My issue is that it is very low flow, like watering plants or washing a car is near impossible.
The water supply line comes from our basement which is equipped with a washing machine and a full bath, neither the washer, shower, toilet, or faucet have issues with flow/water pressure so I assume the issue is with the spigot (water pressure regulator is brand new btw).
Is there an easy way to increase the flow here? Or do I need to blowtorch this spigot, take it off, and then if so how do I get the new one on. My limited plumbing experience has always been with threaded fittings so this is new to me.
I appreciate any advice/help you all can provide, thanks!
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2023.06.04 22:09 Only-Blood Pump oil
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About to do the first oil change on my 5 gpm pressure pro 3k psi belt driven washer. Manual calls for SAE 30 non detergent oil for the pump. I see there is pump specific oil online but I bought this at an auto store near me. It’s the right specs according to the manual but I am wondering if there is such thing as pump specific oil or if this will work just fine. May sound like a stupid question to some but I’d rather ask it than ruin my pump. Thanks for any help! submitted by Only-Blood to pressurewashing [link] [comments]
2023.06.04 21:37 SquidsArePeople2 38m attacked by ants now. Help me rage against the ant overlords
Nothing good comes from doing chores. Found an ant hill and hit it with the pressure washer. Well that just pissed them off. They chased me. Bit my feet. Now I’m plotting revenge.
I’m mike. I like photography, music, motorcycles (I have two) and hanging with my kids (who are pretty damn awesome). Keep me company while my feet heal? Send me a dm!
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2023.06.04 21:34 Overseer55 Tire Pressure Conundrum
When I enter my info on Silca’s tire pressure calculator, it says I should inflate to 58.5/60 PSI front/rear. However, my tires say inflate to 65-100 PSI.
Reference: Trek FX 3 with stock Bontrager tires 32mm. I’m 165lb.
I’ve been inflating to 80 PSI, only because it’s halfway between the recommended 65-100 PSI range. Any ideas on the discrepancy between the calculator and the recommended range?
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2023.06.04 21:09 Boris_the_brexit Challenge #74 - 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C
1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C - A 800 Orogrande A-class - 02:15.507
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|Stats || |
|Weight ||917 kg |
|Balance ||49% |
|HP ||625 |
|Torque ||771 nm |
|Conversions || |
|Engine ||6.2L V8 |
|Drivetrain ||Stock |
|Aspiration ||Centrifugal Supercharger |
|Engine || |
|Centrifugal Supercharger ||Sport |
|Platform And Handling || |
|Brakes ||Street |
|Springs ||Rally |
|Front Arb ||Race |
|Rear Arb ||Race |
|Chassis Reinforcement ||Race |
|Weight Reduction ||Race |
|Drivetrain || |
|Transmission ||Street |
|Driveline ||Race |
|Differential ||Offroad |
|Tires And Rims || |
|Compound ||Offroad |
|Tire Width ||Front 235 mm, Rear 345 mm |
|Rim Style ||Specialized Asanti AF 118 |
|Rim Size ||Front 15 in, Rear 15 in |
|Track Width ||Front Third, Rear Third |
|Profile Size ||Front Stock, Rear Stock |
|Aero and Appearance || |
|Front Bumper ||Forza race |
|Rear Wing ||Forza race |
|Tires ||bar ||psi |
|Front ||1.20 ||17.4 |
|Rear ||1.00 ||14.5 |
|Gears ||Ratio |
|Not Applicable || |
|Alignment ||Camber ||Toe ||Caster |
|Front ||0.0° ||0.0° ||7.0° |
|Rear ||-0.5° ||-0.2° || |
|Springs ||kgf/mm ||lbs/in ||n/mm |
|Front ||40.0 ||224.0 ||392.3 |
|Rear ||37.3 ||208.9 ||365.8 |
|Ride Height ||cm ||in |
|Front ||15.2 ||6.0 |
|Rear ||13.3 ||5.2 |
|Damping ||Rebound ||Bump |
|Front ||6.0 ||4.8 |
|Rear ||6.6 ||5.2 |
|Aero ||kgf ||lb |
|Front ||64.0 ||141.1 |
|Rear ||136.0 ||299.8 |
|Brakes ||% |
|Balance ||50% |
|Pressure ||100% |
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|Differential ||Accel ||Decel |
|Rear ||55% ||65% |
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2023.06.04 20:53 Quick_Imagination_65 Sterilizing agar agar, pressure cooker won’t reach 15 psi.
2023.06.04 20:37 NoctorBanners [help] opinion on clutch noise
Hey guys, So I was able to figure out the issue that I posted about a couple weeks ago, about the headlights not working. Ended up being the fuse box, wasn't grabbing onto the fuse bc of a previous owners "I need power for the boost gauge, I'll just jam the wire in with the fuse!" So it was just lose.
Anyways, a new issue popped up after driving about an hour in it, at least that's when I noticed it. Hard to hear over the exhaust, and can't feel it at all. Car drives completely normal. The clutch pedal barely pressed or pressed all the way in, makes a wiring noise, kinda sounds like a bad TOB. Makes the noise in gear while cruising as well.
Set up is a brand new OEM masteslave, stock flywheel milled to .610", SS clutch line, OEM TOB and a south bend stage 2 daily clutch. These are all new parts with less than a hundred miles, so the noise is unexpected. I'm leaning towards bad TOB, pressure plate or flywheel bolts loose. Flywheel was TQd to 100 lbs with red loctite, the pressure plate was about 30lbs no loctite.
Pivot ball has a single washer, fork is in the middle of the window, master has been fully adjusted according to Jacks Transmission, slave is not blocked and adjusted for max travel.
Looking for opinions before I pull the trans AGAIN..
Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.04 20:16 Educational_Wish_842 Know how to get rid of this stain?
2023.06.04 20:07 Fiesken Renault Clio 2010 Windscreen Washer issue
Hello! My English is not the best, but I'll do my best to explain what's wrong and how far we've come to solving the issue.
When using the windscreen washer we get water flow to the headlights, but no water comes to the front windscreen, neither to the back. It has significant pressure to the headlights, so we don't think there's a pressure issue here.
We unplugged the tube under the hood, used the windscreen washers, still no water to that tube. We've blown into the tank, which works, indicating that it's not clogged.
I'm pretty sure there's only one pump, and as far as I can tell the pump is not the issue, since it works for the headlights.
Last thing we did was using a T-connection from the tube that goes to the right headlight, that had no issues before, and connecting it to the front and rear windscreen washers, but upon trying it out again there was still no water???
It's so confusing. Do you have any idea of how we can explore and identify this issue any further? We are going to check once again if theres any water coming where we put the T-connection.
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2023.06.04 20:00 Mottek00 Building something big, how much of a reservoir at what pressure do I need.
Hi all, To make a long story short, I'm planning on building a mock cannon, firing tennis balls via compressed air. It's not supposed to have too much force behind it, getting shot in the back at point-blank shouldn't do much more then leave a strong bruise (and definitely not have more then 7,5 joules in the projectile itself, that'd legally be a firearm around my parts).
So, while everything seems quite straightforward, my question would be, if I want to push that tennis ball out of a 3.5-4 foot barrel with that sort of force, what size of an air-tank would I need? And equally important, what sort of pressure should I be aiming at? It seems 40-50 PSI might be a good first approximation, but I don't know.
Connection of the air tank to the barrel would be achieved via a flexible hose, or maybe two running in parallel, with the pressure release made by a manually opened valve.
Also, if I wanted to connect a second/third barrel, would I need a 2/3 times larger (volumetric-ally speaking) tank or does it scale differently?
Thanks in advance, I hope you can help me,
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2023.06.04 19:54 Garaged_4594 Most powerful garden hose nozzle?
I know pressure washer power is out of reach, but what comes closest? Want something that has a powerful, flat stream if possible for washing off stuck on debris from walkway.
The traditional right angle pistol grip design doesn’t seem very efficient pressure wise, but I haven’t been able to find any videos comparing different designs.
Any recommendations for a powerful nozzle?
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2023.06.04 19:49 SignificantYouth6055 Kia Car mats: the perfect way to keep your car clean!
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2023.06.04 19:44 SplitTall GX390 clone
Hey guys I was wondering if any of you knew a good reliable GX 390 Honda Clone Engine? I've been curious to try them out and my pressure washer could use an engine upgrade as the pump is a little overpowered for the current 10 horsepower engine. There is also a guy in my area who sells used Honda engine he sells gx390s for $390 what you guys think would be the better option
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2023.06.04 19:42 Kdkane Hooking pressure washer to washer hookup?
Am I able to hook it up to them? If so, would I need a special tool to do so? Would I use the hot or the cold water? I'm asking because my house doesn't have a water spigot ):
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2023.06.04 19:39 kenkickr-790420 Seems to hold off water to me
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Last weekend installed the Bak Revolver X4S and today it was bath day. I'm impressed with it handling water from my 1800 psi pressure washer and I did intentionally spray at the rear end above the tailgate. I give it two thumbs up. submitted by kenkickr-790420 to ram_trucks [link] [comments]
2023.06.04 19:26 whaletacochamp Engine seized temporarily
I recently got a broken Simpson pressure washer that just needed a new pump. Had a beautiful Honda GCV190 that ran (or hopefully runs) perfectly.
Was pressure washing my patio when I noticed it was smoking. Weird. Took air filter off and noticed some blow by. Odd but not super concerning yet….and then I noticed a steady stream of oil coming off the drive shaft.
The drive shaft key had moved up somehow and it looks to me like it maybe tore the shaft seal. Either that or the rig overheated destroying the seal.
REALLY needed to finish this project so I got the key back in place and filled her back up with oil (stupidly) planning to just fill it every few mins. Well within about 30s of starting the engine again it died. FUCK. Go over and pull on it and sure enough feels seized or at the very least way harder than it was before. Conniption ensues. Neighbor probably was about to call the authorities given some of the words I was saying quite loudly, wife got a good laugh when I smacked myself in the head with the wand when I tried to yank the hose out of my way.
Anyway I cooled off and so did the engine and when I pulled it over half-assedly again to my surprise it fired right up.
So my question is - how likely is this engine to be toast either way? I plan to check compressive but anything else I should check? Also any tips on replacing the shaft seal and anything else I should look into would be appreciated.
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2023.06.04 19:21 Quick_Imagination_65 Can’t get pressure cooker to 15 psi?
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This is my first go at using my new pressure cooker. I’m trying to sterilize my agar solution but can’t get it to 15 psi. I was thinking is could be cause the floors in this house are not level which makes my stove not level. Maybe it’s throwing something off balance? Idk any advice will do submitted by Quick_Imagination_65 to shroomers [link] [comments]
2023.06.04 19:16 lowriderz00 Spent 6hrs cleaning the kitchen for it to be ruined.
My nmil has been obsessed with me and my NORMAL cleaning habits. She has this thing where she thinks dirty things will help keep viruses and bacteria away and complains at my bf and I when we wash stuff.
Examples are...when nm/f/il got a new fridge after 10 years there was mold where it was laying due to water damage, crumbs, hair, just a whole 10 years of stuff collecting. She took the dish sponge and cleaned all of it up, placed it back in the sink and didn't rinse it. Then proceeded to wash all the dishes in the sink with it with no soap. She also cooks week to months old food, drops it on the floor that hasn't been washed in over a year, and gets mad when we don't eat. She also never uses soap when washing dishes so nothings ever actually clean. My bf and I will load the dirty dish washer and she'll think it's clean because in her eyes dirty things are clean. And will contaminate the whole kitchen cabinets so we have to rewash everything.
Back to now my nmil and nfil are heavy alcoholics they get home from work and will drink until 9pm-11pm on empty stomachs. My bf and I have a limited amount of time in the kitchen and have to work with our schedule with their schedule. It's been very time consuming and really putting me in a tough spot to live honestly with the alcoholism and narcissism. Like I mentioned above she has an obsession with me and my cleaning. Sometimes I have to clean around them and I hate it. She will stand over a few feet away behind me out of my sight and watch me clean, then will tell me to quit using so much water, tell me my ocd habits are terrible and I'm clearly not in a good state of mind. Then will demand me to quit using the water pressure I'm using which I've learned around her to turn it into a trickle, she'll come over reach over me and turn the water off while I'm doing dishes. Will tell me everything I'm doing in the kitchen when cooking is wrong and make a big deal out of "omg I just can't watch you anymore you're ridiculous"
I've been sick with a stomach virus recently as well as my bf so we've had sometime home alone. Mines not as bad as his so I decided to take the time to clean the kitchen he usually does it because I hate doing dishes. So I took my time cleaning up the kitchen doing all the dishes, making sure they were all clean. Took me 6 freaking hours to do because ya every dish was dirty because she keeps unloading the dirty dish washer whenever we clean and not actually cleaning the dishes just rinsing them for a second. My bf spent an hour doing dishes too. Guess who unloaded the dirty dish washer?? Her. God forbid we can't accidentally forget to do something (running the dish washer when were waiting to put something else in) or else she swoops in and ruins the whole thing. There are days where I'll go 8 hours without eating because of how messy the kitchen is and can't get in there because his parents will come in and complain at us for doing stuff or eating food that they didn't make, and also can't go anywhere because they'll complain and get mad at us for going out of the house.
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2023.06.04 18:48 FactorProfessional97 Do I need much prep for black oil stain?
Fence is 5 yrs old, never stained. Grey, some dark water stains. I have oxalic acid, a pressure washer, and I could make a TSP/bleach mix. If I am using an extremely dark black oil stain, how much prep is necessary for the fence to accept the stain well? I doubt any discolorations will show through this stain.
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