Gasoline Pressure Washer Replacement Pump Brand NEW Himore
This pump produces 2600-200 PSI 2.3 GPM Fits many brands and models!
Troybilt, Ryobi, Generac, Briggs & Stratton, Devilbiss/Excell, Craftsman, Husky, Honda And Others
High quality aluminum head
High quality OEM pump
Fits vertical crank /8" shaft engines
Mounting bolts: from main center shaft to each mounting bolt is 4" -
center to center spacing between mounting bolts is: 11/16" – 6 3/16" - 6 /16
Vertical Crank Shaft Engines YOU GET FULL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ADVICE YOU ON ANYTHING YOU MIGHT NEED! PUMP SPECIFICATIONS
Head Material: Aluminum
Max Pressure: 3000 PSI
Max GPM: 2.3 GPM
Shaft Size- /8"
Engine HP required: 6.5 HP Max.
Max Water Supply Temperature: 104°F
Self-suction: Yes Please check your specifications before making the purchase.
PARTS COMPATIBILITY: Models stated in the listing are potential matches only and NOT a guarantee of compatibility. The customer is responsible for verifying their compatibility (our pump with their machines)
Mounting bolts & Key way are not included.
I suppose there's a chance I didn't install it completely correctly. All I know is that my Troy-Blit 2800 PSI 2.3 GPM wash and it did not get along.
I didn't bother returning it because I'm lazy.
The pump shipped in a slightly larger box than necessary and was padded only by some paper fill. The pump itself was packaged in a clear bag with no instructions or documentation. I was a little worried as the pump looked like it had been jostled and had clearly crushed part of the shipping box. The pump seemed fine, but you’re probably going to want to inspect it closely if yours ships in a similar manner.
The install took about 30 minutes total and the pump mated perfectly to the Briggs engine and the Brute frame. Formerly the water inlet was to the gas tank side and the outlet was on the exhaust side, but the new pump repositions both of these to the rear of the engine. Because of this, I had to remove the axle and wheels from my frame. This configuration was the only way the mounting holes for the pump, frame and engine to properly align. This wasn’t a deal breaker for me but should be considered.
The install was uneventful but I did lubricate the o-rings on the high pressure hose with some oil and liberally coated the output shaft of the engine with grease.
The 550 engine has to work hard to spin the pump but given the PSI change, I almost expected it. I ran it through a tank of gas with zero complaints.
Though pricey at roughly 1/2 the cost of a new power washer, the pump seems to be of high enough quality to make repair a reasonable alternative to buying new.
Only took about 10 mins to install with 5 of those finding the right washers. Fired her up and she ran like a brand new power washer.