110 gal hydro well / Ford transit 250

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  1. Sierra Clean Care
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    Well..... the OP did say JIMMY rig.....coincidence?
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  2. Sierra Clean Care
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    Uh... 125 gal. Lasts me all day everyday.....
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    I have a 125 tank. It won't make it through a whole day, unless it's a three job day.

    Loozer
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  4. Sierra Clean Care
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    That's cause you use a 16 jet wand @ 4000 psi...... just sayin....
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  5. Sierra Clean Care
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    Besides, on big days, I just put my 55 gal. poly tank in....180 gal...... good to go... just need somewhere to use the APO.......
  6. Matt Wood
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    You must be one of those 250-300psi losers

    Be a man and crank up that psi to 600
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    We had 2 Zipper Spinners running off our Everest and they used 160 gallon on 5,000 sq/ft of CHE.
  8. Sierra Clean Care
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    Anywhere from 350-550..... no more, no less... UNLESS I'm doing uph. or T&G....
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    That I can see.... my machine also doesn't dump water...
  10. Sierra Clean Care
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    BTW, using tap water is for LOSERS......
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    Damn!
  12. Sierra Clean Care
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    Take 2 cups of tap water, put it in a clean, glass pie plate, let it evaporate, look at what is left, and tell me how CLEAN you are leaving the carpet...... loser I am not.....
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  14. Sierra Clean Care
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    AND...... crickets........
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    I don't know!
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    Pro1200 se with a 120 gallon on board fresh water is awesome, I do run out during the day and still hook direct, but having the auto real for the vac hose is sweet.

    I don't know how much time I'm saving we're taking one hose to hook up to start.

    But it's still nice for those situations there's no water.
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    4 flow Biotch
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    Take your pure water add surfactant and see what you get?

    Adding a detergent or surfactant to the rinse also acts like a water softener.
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  18. Sierra Clean Care
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    Sam, it was by far the best investment I've made for my business. Until a guy cleans with it, they won't understand...... I use 2 scoops now.... and get better results... my chem costs have been cut by 75-80%.....
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    Look, if you're going to buy one then let me save you some dough....

    Come and pick up mine for $500 and you're good to go...you might need a new float shut off if I remember correctly but other than that it's fine.

    I had it in the van for about a year...
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    I hit a nerve, lol
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