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Today i had to go in and pressurewash and damned saturn dealer lot. It needed it so whatever ....

I loaded my All american TroyBuilt 2800 psi with a briggs engine into the silverado and went in. I get to work , my freind thats pressurewashing with me is from cuba , shows up in a toyota and has a honda 2800psi washer.

Nothing beatter to do and highly compeditive i turned it into a damned race. His honda wouldnt start , and then wouldnt pump. Took him 30 minutes to get going , coarse im WAAAY ahead . Honda dies again 2 hours later, out of gas. The All american Troybuilt still going as strong as its owner. Honda dies or stops most of the day. The troy built took less fuel and got more done faster.You could Imagine how it goes from there , lets say USA won .......9 hours later .....

But now im sunburned ..... :bomb:

But damit , america makes a damn good pressurewasher

Id like to thank troybuilt for putting a good pressurewasher under me today , and gatorade ,mobil 1,chevy,marlboro and coors.... we keep this up well have the powerwashing championship wrapped up
 

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Briggs engines, while not as fancy or "cool" as Kohler or Techumish (sp) are, amazing engines, that hard a very hard time dying.... I never had a problem with a single one, and I've used many.
 

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I've owned both. Count me as a Briggs & Stratton fan over Tecumseh, Kohler, and even Clinton which used to be very good.

Hondas are good motors but I can't see ANY reason to buy one over a solid American-made small engine. Hondas cost too damn much, and they don't last any longer.
 
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