You can also find the Gorilla Reels at http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200664541_200664541 Gorilla Reels also sells them directly to anyone their website is http://www.gorillareel.com/ and his number is listed in the website (its under development right now)
I agree to a certain point. Hose size and length of hose matters on how much flow and distance you will get. 20 CFM may be on the low side for a 1in pump however it's plenty enough power to use with a 1 in pump. For example 1 truck has a 20cfm air compressor and it shoots over 3 stories using our 1in pump so saying you need over 20 CFM is not entirely true. He'll 60 CFM would be a beast however it's not needed or a must have. As far as a Santoprene pump giving you up to 30% more output I am going to have to disagree. I am not sure how the difference In material would be less effective when it comes to flow or distance. In front of me I have 2 new ARO pumps 1 is Teflon and 1 is Santoprene and they are both rated at 53 GPM. I went over the data sheets and and I could not find 1 thing that suggest my Santoprene pump has more output power than my Teflon pump. I guess this is were it comes down to personal opinion but I just wanted to clear up this info for any new guys reading this that you don't need a 30 or 60 CFM compressor to run a 1 in pump or to have it do a good job. We clean 2 story houses with walkout basements all day with our 20cfm compressor and new pumps such as my ARO are a lot more efficient that a 10 to 20 year old pump.. Last thing as far as the GPM is equal to CFM rule.. if you contact any pump manufacture they will tell you 1 CFM is generally equal to 1 GPM but yes some factors come into play like nozzle size, hose size, what pump you have but I can tell you that for our systems rinsing with our 1 in pump is by far superior than rinsing with our 10 GPM pressure washer..
Yeah we use 2 1in pumps 1 for applying chem and 1 for rinsing.. However you have to have a large air tank to rinse with a 1in pump. We could not rinse with out 20 cfm 10 gallon compressor because it ran out of air way to quick
We talked to Eaton and they strongly recommend not to stack compressors and in our experience 20 CFM seems to be plenty 30 is almost over kill. However we rinse with a 1 in pump and if you stack even the Eaton even tho they say not to 20 gallons of air is not enough to rinse with you just run out of air to fast. We also own the wheel barrow compressor from them it's plenty to push a 1 in pump we shoot 4 story building so for the new guys I dont think they need to get caught up in large cfm compressors. Just our opinion. 20 CFM per Eaton and Aro says 1 CFM is equal give or take to 1 GPM so 20 GPM is plenty with a 20cfm compressor. Now you wont get 20 GPM due to nozzle restriction or hose size.
Hey Chris its like 700 LB heavy nothing 1 guys cant lift right? JK! We have another Eaton Compressor its a smaller one but anytime there is an issue they just send us the parts so Id imagine it would be that same. For example lets say the compressor cracks.. I would imagine they would just send us another compressor ( not motor or tank) Our old compressor we had a bad pressure regulator and they just mailed us a new one. We also had some ball valves so bad when draining 1 of the tanks and they just mail it.. They seem to have great customer service Ill let you know if we ever manage to break it!
Hey Guys as I told you before we are doing a lot of videos on how to build rigs and reviewing products. Here is a video of a Eaton air compressor that we use to run our 1 In pumps. Check it out and make sure you like and subscribe and we will keep doing them as long as you you guys find value in them! Our Youtube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZXhqD80UTr1iqHX9JhrP0w and it has several review and how to videos on our channel already. Thanks Here is the link to the video!
Hey guys since I got over 30 request ill just list the info you need on here. Before you contact read this entire message and just don't jump to calling. 1st off you can design the shirts your self, go thru a designer, or the t shirt company will design it for you. DO NOT go through the t shirt company they are not the brightest crayon in the box. Also if you are a UAMCC member and you get the logo on their shirts you get a big discount I think its like 20% or so we are members and we put the logo on our shirt please see the back of the shirt for reference. We also paid the designer to create the design of the shirts and then he will send all the files to the t shirt company. So who designed my shirts? KBK Graphx his name is Keith and this is his website. http://www.kbkdesign.com/ Let him know Don from Curb Appeal Pros sent you! Who made my shirts? E3 http://e3sport.com/index.php ( they are not on top of it so plan on a little back and forth with them) The website you go to custom shirts they have templates at the very bottom you can choose from and then you can tell them where you want the words and you can create you own design that way but its limited. There is another company called All About Promotions his name is Jim his website is http://www.promobiz.biz/ also let him know we sent you! Jim at promo biz is on top of it with FANTASTIC customer service however with him you have to over a min of 10 shirts I think VS E3 you can order 1 or 100.. I hope this helps you guys if you have questions plz feel free to msg me or call I don't mind helping. ill do a review of the shirts on our youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZXhqD80UTr1iqHX9JhrP0w so make sure you SUB and you can see when we post it. We also review a lot of products so check it out. Thanks guys and keep on cleaning!
its 100% poly synthetic and they back it i 100% if it bleaches out they will make a new one so its like free insurance. Polo's are around 50 so are stand up collars.. T shirts are a little cheaper I think.
Hey guys I saw a thread on here not to long ago asking about bleach proof clothing. We found a company and a designer that does these shirts and they look fantastic and they don't bleach out. What do you guys think?
its very complicated. Building back links means it links more sites to your website so it builds your authority. This of it his was. Google use to want you to have a lot of backlinks because it would build up your site so the more backlinks = higher on google search. HOWEVER companies started building up fake websites and then you would have to pay for the back link so it would rank your site faster. With this being said the only thing google cares about is quality and revelent content coming up on there site. For example lets say you googled roof cleaning and the first 5 websites were about spiders and cats. That does not help the customer nor does it make google look good but it could happen if the companies paid for it and built it up that way. So now google is getting away from backlinks because people are cheating the system. Now to build SEO is by having QUALITY content such as new information, quality material like blogs and how fast your website is.. There are hundreds of factors but this is just to give you an idea. So if your paying some random company that called you a few hundred a month for backlinks its a waste of your money because when google 100% gets rid of backlinks your site is going to go to page 10 of google and your not going to understand why. Write blogs update your website, have long tail key words integrated into your site. Hope that helps/
I called lineX a while back and they did say it stands up to 12% bleach and would be covered by their warranty. However its really expensive and if it goes over wood it will chip you might be ok if its going in a truck bed if not just use a rubber mat