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    Whisper wash nozzles

    Has anyone here changed their surface cleaner nozzles(to reduce pressure)? What size nozzle does the whisper wash classic come with? Thanks!

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    yes I put larger orfice in mine to keep it from floating away,

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    I'm running the Whisperwash Classic with 4 nozzles on my 3600 psi 8gpm washer and it doesn't float away it launches 5 feet! I threw a 26lb scuba weight belt on top of it to keep it down. It works but it defeats the purpose of the lightweight Classic body, the added weight obviously makes it a lot harder to move.
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    Marco, here's a link to Bob's nozzle chart: http://pressuretek.com/nozzle-chart.html You need to figure in your psi & gpm to find the correct nozzle size to reduce psi but keep as much gpm. You can email Bob with your equipment info and he can tell you exactly what you need.
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    Elbow on the swivel to redirect water flow takes care of it
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    Jr. Member gtwing's Avatar
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    Brass or SS I assume?
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    Thanks a bunch guys!

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