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Old 11-05-2010, 09:09 PM  
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Looks like mine. Being used, you may need to do some deep cleaning and purchasing a few new tips, but should work fine.



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Old 11-06-2010, 07:03 AM  
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OK, that looks more like it. Make sure it works. An owner’s would be very helpful. If you decide to buy it, you might want to consider taking off the gun extension. Call either a Sherwin-Williams or local paint store and see if they repair Spraytech and have different size tips for the gun. Also ask the seller if he will review the cleaning process with you. See if the seller is willing to negotiate the price. The price of a new one is $250. I’d like to see a little bigger motor, but as an entry level machine it looks OK.



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Old 11-07-2010, 11:29 PM  
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hat last one hasnt gotten back with me... how does this one sound?
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I'm just curious why the seller included the statement "For spraying up to 125 gallons yearly"? What happens if you spray 126 gallons? I don't know, it looks kind of cheesy. Have you been to the big box hardware stores and compared prices? One last comment for you. Pay close attention to the sales for "Black Friday". There are some great deals the day after Thanksgiving due to the poor economy. Check out (blackfriday.com).

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not a bad idea.... thanks..
and no, havent checked prices... I figure I will find one that folks here will give a thumbs up on, and then work on getting one at a good price....

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Na, I think you can do better.
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The web site does not come up.
I've had very poor luck with used airless sprayers. If they were not cleaned correctly the last time they were used, it's easy to have to spend a few hundred dollars just to replace the hose, filters and gun parts.



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