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    Just picked up my new trailer

    Couldn't be more excited. After 2 weeks of going back and forth with the MVA I got my tags yesterday and picked up my trailer. My trailer consists of a 24 hp,8 gpm, 3500psi pressure pro hot water unit. 200 gallon tank, low water cut off/float valve. Poly tool box on the front etc. I am very new to pressure washing and am grateful to be able to start off with a unit like this. Pictures will be posted later today but I will link a picture from the computer of what it looks like. I would also like to thank each and every one of you that frequents this board. There is so much knowledge on this board it is truly inspiring and I am happy I came across this site.
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    Bitchin, brah, congrats! Small trailers are the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinawildcat View Post
    Bitchin, brah, congrats! Small trailers are the way to go.
    Thanks a lot man. Yeah I don't have much experience pulling trailers so I decided smaller was better. The trailer comes in at about 11 and a half feet long and 7 feet wide I believe. Was about a hour drive home and it was no issue at all
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    Very nice. you can do a lot with that. I believe that would make a nice concrete cleaning rig, Just add surface cleaner.
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    Very nice, good sized machine too..who's it built by?
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    Quote Originally Posted by junker1 View Post
    Very nice. you can do a lot with that. I believe that would make a nice concrete cleaning rig, Just add surface cleaner.
    Thank you. That was my hope. To hit the ground running as far as equipment goes. I wanted to limit the jobs I had to turn down due to not having hot water etc. I actually forgot to add I purchased a surface cleaner with it aswell. A 21 inch Mosmatic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snagtooth View Post
    Very nice, good sized machine too..who's it built by?
    It was manufactured by Schneller. I bought the trailer from Henry from SunBrite supply in Maryland
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdc491 View Post
    Thank you. That was my hope. To hit the ground running as far as equipment goes. I wanted to limit the jobs I had to turn down due to not having hot water etc. I actually forgot to add I purchased a surface cleaner with it aswell. A 21 inch Mosmatic.
    You made the purchase now its time to make the money. Just do your best to keep your eye on the prize and you will get to where you want to be. good luck.
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    I have a 21" mosmatic and like it. Good machines.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Dubbs View Post
    I have a 21" mosmatic and like it. Good machines.


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    Do you have the one with wheels? Or the hovering model? I am going to test mine out for the first time tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdc491 View Post
    Thanks a lot man. Yeah I don't have much experience pulling trailers so I decided smaller was better. The trailer comes in at about 11 and a half feet long and 7 feet wide I believe. Was about a hour drive home and it was no issue at all
    If you do not have experience pulling a trailer be careful with small trailers. They are easier to pull but can be a pain to back up. Take it slow when backing up, they turn very quickly. Best of luck.........nice rig

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark 8262 View Post
    If you do not have experience pulling a trailer be careful with small trailers. They are easier to pull but can be a pain to back up. Take it slow when backing up, they turn very quickly. Best of luck.........nice rig
    Thank you for the advice. I have some parking cones and plan to take it to a empty parking lot a few times and get some extra practice in. Again thank you to everyone commenting about the rig being nice. I have a strong desire to have all my equipment look at professional as possible. Not that a homemade trailer setup cannot look great, I just felt a factory built trailer was the best path for me.
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    Love it! Nice and compact. Great choice

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    Nice trailer and equipment. Like what was said earlier small trailers are a pain in the butt to back up but pull great, you don't have to worry about turns as much. I prefer a longer trailer my self they seem easier to Handel to me.
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    Adding to what I posted before. Don't get me wrong I would love to have the setup you have. I wish you luck and hope you get a lot of use out of it. More usage means more money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lstewartff View Post
    Adding to what I posted before. Don't get me wrong I would love to have the setup you have. I wish you luck and hope you get a lot of use out of it. More usage means more money.
    Haha Don't worry man I didn't take it the wrong way. Thank you for taking the time to post. I hope to get a ton of use out of it. Have yet to get my first paying job with the rig. However being pretty cold in Maryland, and having the rig less then 4 days, I cant say I expected to use it on a paid job yet haha. I am just overwhelmed with excitement trying to start a business at such a young age. I am lucky to have the opportunity and this board is helping to make it possible.
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