The Cub Cadet line of power washers starts with model CC3000. This is powered by a Honda GCB160 engine and features nice big wheels that make it easy to maneuver. It comes standard with a 25-foot hose and four different nozzles for different pressure washer patterns. This is a very economical pressure washer. If you have some basic pressure washing to do this gives you enough power at 3000 psi and 2.4 gallons per minute. This has a built-in soap tank so if you have detergents to use, fill it right in.
The next model in the lineup is the CC3400. This features pneumatic wheels, a little heavier duty pump, and still uses the same 25-foot hose as the CC3000. This comes with five different nozzles instead of four and has the rotary brush which is optional on other washers. This is a spinning brush so if you’re cleaning a driveway, it does an excellent job cleaning without leaving those spray lines from having a straight pattern.
Moving into the commercial grade pressure washers, the CC3700 is powered by the Honda GX series which is the Honda’s commercial grade engine. The pump goes into a full brass head, both the pump head and the regulator for extra durability.
The CC3700 is equipped with a commercial grade spray wand and the longer flex hose which is a braided hose so it’s a heavier duty hose for commercial applications. This goes to a 50 foot, this is 2 ½ gallons per minute at 3700 psi.
The Cub Cadet CC4000 is the other commercial washer. This is a 4400 psi but more importantly it jumps up to 4 gallons per minute.
There’s always the question of what’s more important – gallons per minute or pressure? Both.
You must have the pressure to get the cleaning but if you don’t have enough water, you’re going to be out there forever to do the job. You can’t have a lot of gallons without pressure and the gallons move up as your pressure moves up so the CC4000 delivers extremely fast cleaning. If you’ve got some heavy work this is really for our commercial users so you got a lot of gallons and a lot of water and then they also go into larger diameter hose, so you don’t lose that pressure volume as it goes through the hose.
You still get the same five cleaning nozzles, just a larger, heavier duty system.
Use our illustrated parts diagrams to locate any replacement parts you may need for your Cub Cadet pressure washer.