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General Pump T9951 Solid Shaft Pressure Washer Pump

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General Pump T9951 Solid Shaft Pressure Washer Pump
$429.00
This GP T9951 Pressure Washer Pump with 3.5 GPM 2000 PSI @ 1500 RPM performance boasts a compact size for make them perfect for portable hot water pressure washers.
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General Pump's T Series 50 of Pressure Washer Pumps boast a compact size for make them perfect for portable hot water pressure washers. Their forged brass manifolds feature an exclusive lifetime warranty. They also feature a die-cast, anodized aluminum, oil-bath crankcase; solid ceramic plungers with continuously lubricated packings; and are the original Interpump unitized stainless steel K01 inlet and outlet valves.

Features include:

  • Forged brass manifold with a an exclusive lifetime warranty
  • Die-cast, anodized aluminum, oil-bath crankcase
  • Solid ceramic plungers with continuously lubricated packings
  • The original Interpump unitized stainless steel K01 inlet and outlet valves
  • Standard 24 mm solid shaft for pulley mounting
Specifications:
  • Maximum Volume: 3.5 GPM @ 1750 RPM
  • Maximum Discharge Pressure: 1500 PSI @ 1750 RPM
  • Maximum Pump Speed: 1750 RPM
  • Maximum Inlet Pressure: 125 PSI
  • Maximum Inlet Vacuum: 9 ft. water (7.9 in. Hg)
  • Plunger Bore: .787 in. / 20 mm
  • Plunger Stroke: .335 in. / 8.5 mm
  • Crankcase Oil Capacity: 40.6 oz.
  • Maximum Fluid Temperature: 165 F
  • Inlet Port Thread: 1/2-14 BSPP-F
  • Discharge Port Thread: 3/8-19 BSPP-F
  • Shaft Diameter: .945 in. / 24 mm
  • Weight: 19 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 9.3" x 8.3" x 5.4"

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SKU GP-T9951
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General Pump T9951 Solid Shaft Pressure Washer Pump. This GP T9951 Pressure Washer Pump with 3.5 GPM 2000 PSI @ 1500 RPM performance boasts a compact size for make them perfect for portable hot water pressure washers.

  • Price: $429.00 - In stock
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