The Ryobi Portable Accessory Package was birthed out of my frustrations with what I was using at the time. Working with OE accessories seemed like an okay idea but like so many of my revelations, I just knew deep down inside there had to be something much better. This is where I believe my slogan “The Pursuit of Functional Excellence” stemmed from. Not being satisfied with what is but creating what could be.
My Kranzle K1122TST pressure washer was a tank. I say it was because now I use the K1322TS. I remember unboxing it with a huge smile on my face. But, of course, after some time using it, I couldn’t resist the idea of chasing after a higher-quality sprayer, hose, and fittings. Fast forward, we now have this package available for Ryobi Pressure Washers.
This accessory package replaces every OE accessory with ours. More specifically, it will replace your hose, gun, wand, and nozzles. The most common question I get is, “What do I need to connect and improve my XYZ pressure washer?” My response to that is this package. I figured out how to improve the pressure washing user experience, and am now offering a full product line of supporting products to make them function at their best.
Let’s get into what I’m offering. I’ve made it easy for you to achieve optimal performance. We have three tiers available. Basic, advanced, and ultimate. Each package comes with upgraded fittings (Brass or Stainless Steel), an upgraded sprayer/wand, a 50' High-Pressure Hose, and either an original foam cannon or Griot's Garage The Boss Foam Cannon.
You’ll see some similarities in these packages but the most obvious difference will be the sprayer and wand you’re getting. I want to discuss both of these products in greater detail to give you a sense of awesomeness you’ll be purchasing.
The SGS-28 in our basic package is a well-built, swiveling sprayer that was based on the SG-28, but has all stainless steel internals. The reason why you want a swiveling sprayer is because it alleviates the issue of the pressure washer hose getting tangled and twisted.
The Original Mosmatic Sprayer in our advanced package has a swivel as well. The difference is that the swivel on the advanced sprayer is made by Mosmatic and is of much higher quality - it swivels much smoother. The trigger mechanism is also a lot more stout, yet requires very little effort to engage. I still install PRIMA fittings on the Original Mosmatic Sprayer to help keep costs down.
Finally, the OG Spec Mosmatic Swiveling Sprayer. This is my pride and joy. Lots of money and time went into developing this sprayer. This piece uses all the best connections and hardware available in the market. It also swivels but the swivel and QD (quick disconnect) is built into the handle, reducing the bulk on the inlet of the sprayer, making it much more ergonomic.
This kit isn’t complete without the wand. I have two options: the Original Mosmatic Stainless Steel Wand that comes in the basic and advanced kits and the OG Spec Mosmatic Stainless Steel Wand that comes in the ultimate kit. These wands both have a 20° bend in them to make rinsing the roof or the lower portions of your car easier. The notable differences between these two are the fittings and the rubber nozzle protector. The Original Mosmatic Wand uses MTM fittings and has a nozzle protector installed on the wand already. The OG Spec Wand uses Mosmatic fittings and has no nozzle protector. This is because the nozzles that come in the Ultimate Kit have the protector.
Nozzles are also an important part of your pressure washer accessories and need to be upgraded. The nozzles that come with the pressure washer are prioritizing pressure over flow. For washing cars, flow is king. The nozzles I provide are some of the best out there. In the basic and advanced kits, you get a 4-pack of stainless steel nozzles from MTM. In the ultimate kit, you get the OG Spec Mosmatic Nozzle Assembly.
Don’t waste your time fumbling around with the OE stuff you’re getting with your Ryobi pressure washer. Set that stuff aside and get yourself one of these packages.
FAQ & SupportUser Manuals
Griot's Garage The Boss Foam Cannon User Manual
Griot's Garage The Boss Foam Cannon Rebuild Instructions
Why Should I Upgrade My Sprayer and Which One Should I Get? - Upgrading Your Sprayer
How To: Get the most foam out of a foam cannon
PF22.2 Bottle Dimensions - In Photos
Pressure Washer Fittings 101: Fittings and QD Naming
Pressure Washer Fittings 102: Applications and Usage
Pressure Washer Fittings 103: Spray Nozzles
Why is my gun or wand (1/4" Coupler) leaking from the outlet?
Why is my 3/8" coupler leaking from the end?
Troubleshooting: Foam cannon is leaking / clogged / not foaming well.
What orifice nozzle is installed in my foam cannon?
Troubleshooting: Getting your foam cannon dialed in and getting the most out of it.
This item is shipped from our warehouse at OGHQ in Lady Lake, FL. Shipping costs calculated at checkout.