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post #1 of Old 02-26-2007, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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Just wanted to slip in and welcome you to Access1. I will let the guys talk trailers with you since that is not my forte'
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Access1 We use a enclosed trailer it is dual axle, 20ft long by 8 wide , alot of room, we have a 3500psi by 5.5 gpm pump . and a 250 water tank lot . we have it set up with two coxs reels off the back with the pressure next room to walk around it . then the tank and then the rest of the front is for the soap , we keep a 55gal drum of fleet truck soap and a 55 gal drum of house soap and our tool box is up front
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post #5 of Old 03-24-2007, 11:16 PM
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We Have Ours Piped To Run Out The Back Of The Trailer Some People Have It Pipe To Go Out The Roof Both Ways Work
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Our Power Washer It Self Goes To Pipe Under The Floor
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Originally Posted by Access1 View Post
Thanks A & J, We did buy a 6x12 enclosed trailer. Since we are only using the 50 gal tank there is plenty of room for all of the PW gear and painting supplies. The only problem is that we are using a hot water rig and the deisel heater is putting out some serious exhaust soot. We bought the additive to minimize it but I did not anticipate this when we were considering the enclosed trailer.

I thought about a shield to divert it but I do not want burn it up. Right now we are just getting used to wiping our tools off that are hanging and the black ceiling. We are considering trying to install an exhaust pipe of some kind. Any ideas or thoughts would be helpful.

is it a Hydotek ?
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