Works with all pumps
This spare parts kit includes
a slide hammer and 15, 18, 20,
22 & 24 mm sockets.
Part #: 1007 – Complete Set
Part #: 1007-20 – 20mm Slide Handle and Extractor Set
Part #: 1007-22 – 22mm Slide Handle and Extractor Set
Part #: 1007-24 – 24mm Slide Handle and Extractor Set
Part #: 3998 – For Comet RW Series
Part #: 3999 – For Comet TW Series
Part #: 1004 – For General TT Pumps
Part #: 1005 – For General EZ Series
Part #: 1006 – For General T & TS Series
Part #: 5202 – For A-R XW, RW, RK, RKV Series
Part #: 5101 – For Comet TW, RW Series
Part #: 5102 – For Comet ZWD
Part #: 1689 – For General T & TS
Part #: 1421 – For General TSF
Part #: 5210 – A-R XW Series
Part# 5211 RW / RKV SERIES VALVE CAP ORING
Part #: 5110 – Comet TW & TWS Series
Part #: 5111 – Comet RW, RWS & ZWD Series
Part #: 5310 – General T, TS & EZ Series
Remove the unloader and plumb this tester into the high pressure side of the pump. Install the correct pressure nozzle and start the engine. Read your gauge and see exactly what your pump is putting out.
Always use a gauge rated at least 1-1/2 times the operating pressure of your pump.
Although this Video was produced by General Pump all pumps in the pressure washing industry are rebuilt in the same manner
Part #: GPV-101
Just ‘Snap-on’ and pull the trigger!
Connect between the Unloader and the Hose. If you use a chemical injector connect the pressure tester between the unloader and the injector.
Part #: 4505 – Body Only (no gauge)
Part #: 4506 – Body with 5
5000 PSI Gauge
If you do not have that critical spare part when you need it, you may be in big trouble. On the other hand, it is impossible to keep extra pressure washer pump parts and tools on the shelf. We do not know what the future will bring, but there is an analytical way to minimize the expected costs.
Our Introduction to Maintenance Management of Spare Parts
This business discipline came from being a professional contract cleaner just like you and never having the right part on hand when breakdowns happened.
After a few years of yelling and beating my head against the wall because the parts I need to keep my equipment running was on someone else’s shelf thousands of miles away. After a time I decided that if I planned on staying in the mobile wash business that having spare parts had to be a priority. But which ones?
Well, I couldn’t work without a pump so a spare pump was added to my list of spare parts but since pumps last a long time only one would be required.
I couldn’t work without an unloader and since they seldom fail only one needed to be added to my general pump parts list.
I couldn’t work without a trigger gun, hose or chemical injector and since these are very high wear items I would need to add five (5) of each to my spare part list.
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