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Old 03-30-2018, 01:45 PM   #11
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Another jetter question I have. Behind the nozzle do you have any wrap to make it smooth so it doesnt get stuck on stuff?
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Old 03-30-2018, 11:53 PM   #12
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Why factors helped you decide on this model?
I figure if i'm going to pull a trailer behind my truck it should look professional or eyecatching. The spartan body is just too cool!! I also like the mongoose trailers like dhal has but spartan is doing some improvements to the remotes and some new stuff. Brian the spartan rep AKA Plungerjockey is a super cool dude! That guys knows his stuff and is a no pressure type guy. I got to meet him a few weeks ago while he was here in oklahoma and we talked for a couple of hours. We just purchased our second new truck in 3 months. This coming month or so i can look at getting the trailer.... i hope As far as specs go 4000 psi 18gpm is kinda the standard from what i understand. I would hate to buy smaller and turn down a job because my machine couldn't handle it. Go big or go home. Also i figure this machine will make me money as any new tool does. I wont know until i buy it. You cant sell a tool or service you dont own.
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Another jetter question I have. Behind the nozzle do you have any wrap to make it smooth so it doesnt get stuck on stuff?
I think There are certain nozzles that are less likely to get stuck due to their shape.
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