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    I orderd these off e-pay $83.00 to the door. I know there very cheap but will work for what im doing(i've been useing cheap guns forever with good results).I think its a pretty good deal, 2 full size, 1 touch up, regulator, water trap, cleaning kit and stand. I'm gonna go play with it now. :-D

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    varlo Joe- Long Island, Oakdale

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    nice man have fun
     
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    OH GREAT! So you can come paint my car this summer! :cheers:
     
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    I loved it when the gravity feed guns came out. So much easier to handle and cleen.
    I was raised on a Binks old #7 :-D
    Great deal, I need to borrow the touch up gun and paint my sons #ers on his race car # 247 :-D
     
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    My boss has the same set and uses them often. He did finally break down and buy a set of Iawa's though.

    Memike, My boss used those binks #7s for years. He says its like painting a car with a firehose, LOL
     
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    Just painted my interior with guns like that, the cup gets in the way in tight spots, and only shoots 7". to finish, I'm thinking about going to the hardware store and buying fittings and some small hose, in order to hang the cup outside the car. It is siphon.
     
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    ....I learned on the good 'ol Devilbiss JGA siphon feed gun. It was a great day when our shop bought a HVLP gravity feed gun.:cheers:
     
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    Thanks for the replies. I have not had a chance to try these yet due to we have had rain all week and I keep the car in the garage when it rains while I work on it. But we need the rain badly so i'm not complaining. This will be my first use a gravity feed type gun. Yeah I was wondering about certain situations green1, thanks for the heads up. The only quality gun I own is my Binks touch up gun. All the rest have been crap and I have had good results. It all come's down to your technique and skills. I'll keep ya's posted.
     
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    What size tips come with these guns? Seems like a helluva deal especially if it comes with a variety of tips.
     
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    Good Lord that's cheap :shock: I have 3 Sata RP's (1.3, 1.6, 2.5) and an Iwata LPH400 with orange and silver caps, don't ask what that all cost :sad1:
     
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    1.8 and 1.4, they advertised it as a primer color combo.

    My buddy does collision/auto body repair and was showing me some very cool $$$$$$$ stuff. I can't remember the makes but they were around $700.00 each.
     
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    Cool. Does the guy have anymore? Maybe a link to the auction as well...
     
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    It looks like he's out now but here's his e-pay name...globalautoaccessories[​IMG]
     
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    Thanks - I see it is actually from TCP Global. Maybe they have them listed on their website...
     
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    blackace The KING of flats

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    Yeah that's about right, makes me ill when I think about it #-o The bigger tipped ones were somewhat cheaper but the 1.3 RP and the Iwata were all of that.

    Nice tip sizes you got by the way, 1.4 for BC/CC or SS and the 1.8 for your primers, perfect :-D
     
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    Thank's blackace, i'm still learning on how to post links. haha
     
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    Yeah i'm pretty excited to try them out but I know better then to rush things.
     
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    Harbor freight, 2 guns, up to 1.4. they worked great, I bought them as throw-aways, but am going to keep them. $60. Buy a swivel for air inlet. That cup and the hose get in the way when crawling around in a roll cage.
    And, if you are crawling, after you get the gun adjusted outside; tape the knob adjustments- you bump them and move them too easy.
     
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    blackace The KING of flats

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    Wow that's a deal. I'm going to get a chance to use mine today, I pulled my dash and I will shoot the rear upper panels and insides of the doors.
     
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    Those are good guns for shooting primer/surfacer too. If it gets messed up, big deal.
     
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    Mine had 2 adjust knobs in the back, and the air control under. I painted at 8pm, with bad lighting, and crawling all over the place. Hit some knobs, couldn't see good.
    But it still came out pretty good.
    Nason- sealer, then topcoat, then clear; all within 12 hours. Whipped my ass.
    Pot life 4 hours.
     
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