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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 4carpetclean Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/January/2011 at 10:39am
My Masterblend Masterforce 503 (500 psi) is still doing fine. However once, I had to clean calcium out of a little water filter inside.  But Masterblend has great customer service by phone, so no problem! Also I know I need to grease the motor with the grease gun that came with it. I've done it once in about 14 months. Probably time to do it again. You have to squirt the grease into these two Zerk fittings. "The patent for the Zerk fitting was granted to Oscar Zerk in January 1929.[2] Prior to this point bearings were lubricated by devices such as a Lunkenheimer oiler (Wikipedia)."
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Ed, it is not so important to me that I care. However I was told that you were busted doing these sort of things. I understand that you were only trying to promote your machine so I really don't care much about it. The Recoil 3 XPS is what it is, testimonials or not so not much changes. It's up to the buyer to do the research and make the choice.

Please stop threatening me, like some sort of crying schoolgirl. You are not intimidating me in the least and if you continue to do it, I will continue to voice my opinion openly about your Recoil.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ed Valentine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27/January/2011 at 11:09am
I'm a little confused here because would you clairy what name you will stick with? Is it Alexarz, or Devon06, or?
 
If you "heard" that I was busted for any fake testimonials, that was as deceiving as your comments have been. And, in addition, any testimonials have been followed by the Operators true names and/or phone numbers, or links. And, if you truly want to verify what those particular exgarerators are telling you, why don't you e-mail me and ask for these Operator phone numbers so you can call them?  Hummm, ...
 
But, here's another  (proven) testsimonial we just received which you just might want to dispute & try to twist as a fake. Please read aand I do hope that your stomach won't turn when you finish:
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Scorpion XPS - First Week

Well, my first week with a Cross-American Scorpion-XPS - what was it like? Was it has good as all the hype?

You bet! In fact,I was gobsmacked, to be honest. I had a fair bit of anticipation, and was worried that it simply wouldn't be as good as my expectations. But actually, it was far better than I'd hoped for!!

PSI is really good.......CFM, really good too. Today, I was 4 levels up, 50 ft of 2", and 25 ft 1 & 1/2", so 75 ft total. I didn't notice any drop off in PSI, and the CFM was better at 75 ft run, even with that hose combo', than 25ft of inch & half hose only ( though, I know that's credit to the 2" hose too ).

I've read so many times how the Scorp's not the best looking machine and so,maybe I'm starry eyed right now, but I've taken to quite liking the way it looks. Real business like.

I appreciate also, the design obstacles evolved the machine and the way it needed to be to get that great airflow, whilst being easily maintained.
Basically, I think it's a class act, and I'm delighted to have made such an up grade.
Thanks to Nick for all his help!
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Alex, oh, I might add this one from a Gentleman you already know:
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Ed,
I can tell you. the (Cross-American MITEY-ONE)spotter is great, just great.

Really good machine, good lift, the specifications I ask worked great for our needs.

It almost dry the carpet to the touch, before we were doing 5 spots per hours now we do 10 spots, In our school we get around 15 spots per day average.
0 complains, 100% satisfied

Thanks,
Jaime Fabara
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Finally, but you already know this but perhaps worth re-reading:
 
"....Vulgarity, slander, lies or harm to people from the tongue should not be or tolerated, that is not the same as freedom of speech."
 
Nice try once again, but have a wonderful day!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ed Valentine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27/January/2011 at 11:14am
One last comment here Alex:
 
You had mentioned: Ed, it is not so important to me that I care.
 
Well, you really should care only because the particular information that "others" are spewing your way is wrong period. I wouldn't think that anyone would want those kind of parasites as friends and common sense would tell anyone that you want to convey the right and accurate information rather than have these guys laugh at you in the back ground?????????????????????
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Buy a new porty the get another TM .

I hate the "bucket brigade" on a daily basis.
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I use the bane-clene paramount system which is a truck mount that can go portable. Ive been using there equipment for 15 years and its still going. I also have a few expensive portables but they don't compare to my bane-clene portable/truck mount!
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My 4 vac M5 provides similar water recovery and dry times to a truckmount. When I use 6 vacs, it roasts a truckmount with much more lift and well over 300 cfm's.
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I see the "who's got the bigger pecker" is a game younger males continue to play.  Move over and I will roll mine out.  Please, no pictures. Carpet Cleaner
Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity?
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I see that the riff raff still abound, dreaming of one day acquiring respect in the industry. 
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Respect in the industry doesn't pay the bills.  Respect with the clients and potential clients does SCHMUCK!  Get a life!  At least ACT like a businessman and not a toilet scrubber.
Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity?
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Originally posted by duckcountry duckcountry wrote:

Respect in the industry doesn't pay the bills.  Respect with the clients and potential clients does SCHMUCK!  Get a life!  At least ACT like a businessman and not a toilet scrubber.


Scrubs often lash out like this example above, when faced up against those of far higher abilities and net worth; sort of like a hurt dog.
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You can keep the M12 stationary....you can run up to 75' of hose and still get great vacuum performance.

Even add a booster.
 
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Originally posted by absoluteclean absoluteclean wrote:

You can keep the M12 stationary....you can run up to 75' of hose and still get great vacuum performance.

Even add a booster.
 
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4carpetclean,
 
After a lot of research, I had come down to 3 choices....1.) The Mytee M5-DS. 2.) Jag 6.6.) 3.) Master Force 503.
 
The M-F 503 is what I have decided on, but would like you to please inform me of your major dislikes with this machine.
 
Thank you!
 
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