gc160 pressure washer

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Just scored a craigslist pressure washer for 20 bucks. Owner said it was locked up, had old strap style pump so figured it was worth the gamble. Removed pump and it started on first pull. I call that a nice win.
 

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Even included some nice harbor freight wheels. He was in the process of repairing then gave up. Plans are going to get a pump and give to my brother in law for his side business fence company. I think it'll do. Any ideas or opinions post em up.
 

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Got tired of the faded and falling off honda sticker. So I printed my own. Waiting on seals for old tt9071 pump, and hopefully a crank so I can use it. Also cleaned all the rust and corrosion off. Almost presentable now.
 

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that and 7/8 shaft makes it basically useless for anything besides that.
 

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The exhaust on these engines point directly at your head, so unless you can somehow make a new exhaust and reroute it another way, then you are going to have problems. The shaft is also a smaller size, making it hard to find appropriate clutches
 

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Still looking for a 3/4 shaft. Dont want to buy new.

Have a few ideas in mind but 7/8" is hindering me.
 
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