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Briggs & Stratton 020772 3100PSI 3.5GPM Gas-Powered Pressure Washer 020769

Item# 07175494000P | Model# 020772 | Added on February 23, 2021 |
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Briggs & Stratton 020772 3100PSI 3.5GPM Gas-Powered Pressure Washer 020769
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1 easy twist. 7 ways to clean. Enhance your outdoor cleaning experience with the Briggs & Stratton® S3100P Gas Pressure Washer featuring PowerFlow+ Technology™ Dual Mode Cleaning. Powered by a reliable Briggs & Stratton EXi875 Series™ engine, this pressure washer allows you to switch between High Pressure and High Flow modes to accomplish your toughest cleaning jobs in no time. The High Pressure settings are perfect for pavement, patio furniture, and single-story homes. Switch to the High Flow settings to clean hard-to-reach areas including second story windows and RVs, or apply soap for your dirtiest jobs. Achieve 40% quieter operationƚƚ with Idle Down Technology. Just Check & Add™ Technology means you’ll never have to change the oil for the life of the engine†. When you’re finished with the day’s task, conveniently store your S3100P in small spaces with its fold-down handle.

- Briggs & Stratton EXi875 Series Engine.  No prime, no choke, no oil changes.- Just Check & Add Technology - never worry about changing the oil for the life of the engine.- 7-in-1 Nozzle - saves time by adjusting pressure settings and applying soap with a twist of the wrist.- Maintenance-Free Axial Cam Pump with Easy Start Technology - This pump is specially designed for high-performance, high-pressure output and easy, low-effort starting- 30ft High Pressure Flexible Hose - lets you clean further without having to move your pressure washer- Performance You Can Trust - As a ... read more
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