Very Odd Looking Vehicular Object
- Mar 31, 2008
- Insignia CT 4x4 CDTI Biturbo
That exactly what they do, and the chances are even if they are selling them your local stores won't have them in stock. I realised that I mixed up my Aldi and Lidl too, it's too easy.And if they do now, what will you do a year from now when Lidl got bored and aren't selling them anymore?
You can't get away from the fact that liquid fuel contains a shitload of energy for its volume/weight and it'll be a long time before batteries get anywhere near.
I wonder how much different the XGT would be, I can't find any tests of that kind of endurance. The voltage and current can't be much different so I wonder how the packaging of the cells affects it. I would expect the 40V battery to get hot more quickly.The batteries just can't cope with draining it all at once when I'm chewing through several meters worth of floor (made from circa 30x15cm logs) in one go.
I wonder how much different the XGT would be, I can't find any tests of that kind of endurance. The voltage and current can't be much different so I wonder how the packaging of the cells affects it. I would expect the 40V battery to get hot more quickly.
Do you feel empowered with the foam cannon like those with air fryers?Since receiving it, I have bought:
A Foam Cannon
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The Pressure washer didn't come with any nozzle suitable for rinsing cars (it only came with the turbo, 15° and soap nozzle).
So I ordered a set of these
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I then watched a video that reviewed the Ryobi pressure washer, and one of the complaints was the lack of quick connect fittings on the high pressure hose and on the water inlet.
So I ordered this
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Just installed and tested them, works great.
When I washed my car, I was disappointed by the foam made from the Foam Cannon.
I then saw that video, and his "before" foam looked just like mine, so I bought a 1.1mm orifice for the Cannon.
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It's never going to end, will it?