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Old 07-08-2016, 11:02 PM   #1
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I am selling a 6 stage HVLP Titan capsprayer with a maintenance kit, extra filters, and extra gun. The extra gun has not been used yet, the capspray has been used less than 10 times. Bought new in December 2012. I am selling everything together for $1,250 OBO.
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Any bites on your sale yet?
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Not yet. You're the first to even reply. I don't know if I got it listed to high or not. I paid $1500.00 for it when it was new and I got the extra gun with it. I can't remember if the maintenance kit came with it or I bought it at the pro show. I know I bought extra filters at the pro show. My wife is going to go to one of the shipping companies this week to check what it would cost to ship it. Maybe I'll pay the shipping if some one buys it that needs it shipped.
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Help me out guys. Tell me if I am asking to much for this capspray. Its not costing me anything to keep . I store it in my entryway closet and my wife wants it out. I don't want to store it in my garage so it don't get moved and kicked around. my son has lawn mowing equipment, Atv and all kinds of stuff in there. SO YOU GUYS TELL ME WHAT TO SELL IT FOR.
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I am looking at it. I have a titan capspray that is much older that I would like to upgrade or replace. I still use it and it works, but not at optimal performance. These units, the guns, have to be clean as a whistle to work right.

But your obviously asking a little to much or it would be sold by now.
I wish I could see the internals. Are you a 1 man crew and the only one that has used it? Or was it given to employees to use. I ask because it don't matter if it was used once or twice . Or 10 times. It only matters how the last guy cleaned it. And to be honest it has way more paint on the outside of the quart than mine did after only 10 uses. And its a lot easier to clean the outside can than it is the outlet and nozzle. passages.
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Personally sounds a little high for me. Not much depreciation there for a 4yr old rig especially when you can still buy a brand new one at HD for $1,594.68. If it were me I would spend a couple hundred more for a new one. I would buy used only if it were a deal. Typically I would say it would be worth half the value of new but for that it may be worth keeping in the closet disguised as a bowling ball bag.
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Put it in your wife's closet. Don't tell her you're gonna do it, but just do it on the sly. The look of surprise on her face when she finds it will be priceless.
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Thanks for the feed back guys. I will ponder on that a while. But man, sale for half ? That hurts. I hate to say it, But It is what it is. Paintman, It was me and my son is the only ones using it. We cleaned it up on the job site after we were done and when I got home with it I recleaned it before putting it away. If I get a chance I'll take some more pictures you requested. Thank you for the input.
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Ok People. I am going to lower the Price on this machine to $1,150.00
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Myself looking around at these used units it's still over priced. Why would some one pay this much when like Tonyg said, a couple hundred more and a brand new machine can be purchased.

Average price i have seen for these units about 3-5 yrs old was under $800.00.

Some times we will have to take a huge hit on our tools we buy. Some loose value faster and more than other tools. Sprayers are one.
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I think you could get a what you want out of it if you separated out the hvlp from the maintenance kit and extra gun. You may even try eBay .
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Thanks Angie. I did put it on Craigs list her in Indy. I had one nibble there. Nothing after that. I'll just keep lowering the price from time to time. I'll hit some ones price. I don't need the money and it's costing me nothing to keep it. Ebay will be the next thing I'll try
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What would you take for the extra cup gun, maintenance kit and filters?
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Right now I don't want to separate it from the unit. I would think it would help to sell the capspray. But At this point I think it's just going to be a expensive door stop. If We decide to separate the stuff I'll let you know. Thanks
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I am dropping the price of my Capspray buy $50.00 .For the month of September The sprayer is for sale for $1,100.
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I'm dropping this to $1,000.
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Good luck getting half of what you paid. With that high end unit, you will only find a handful of contractors even consider it. Most DIY or small time guys want something much smaller and less cost. I tried selling my four stage unit with all the same stuff you have for $500, no action at all. Still sitting in my garage.
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Yea I know. Thanks Mike. Maybe someone will see it and make me an offer. I do not fore see me ever using it again. I could have bought two new 440's for what I paid for this unit.
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I'm dropping this price to $800. Who's going to say "I told ya so" ?
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I'm dropping this price to $800. Who's going to say "I told ya so" ?
I have found selling a sprayer is hard. No way will we get the money we think it's worth. Sprayers are like cars. Every day they loose value no matter what.
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