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Portability is also important as you will be lifting it into your truck and carrying up steps. I saw a Ryobi that another contractor was using and the pump was below the motor and had only 2 inches of clearance with the ground which was hardly ideal.


Wands also vary in durability and availability of spare parts. A spare wand does not hurt to have in the shop.
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