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Old 01-12-2018, 08:07 PM   #1
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I am trying to locate where to buy, a 1.8 cap kit for my gun, it came with a 1.4. Thanks

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A brief search came up with a site for an outfit called TCP Global. Might try there to see if they have what you need.
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You have to call Husky 1-888-43-HUSKY for the 1.8 tip. Check this link http://sprayerguns.com/husky/

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Husky HVLP is a home depot item.your best bet is to ask the store.
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Husky HVLP is a home depot item.your best bet is to ask the store.
I was thinking the same thing. But Home Depot isn't really a parts store as much as it's an equipment and supplies depot. Hence the name. And if you did ask them, they'll just call Husky and you'd be un-necessarily going through a third party.
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I would never call anyone at my local HD about anything. The guy panhandling out at the entrance to their parking lot likely knows more.
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I would never call anyone at my local HD about anything. The guy panhandling out at the entrance to their parking lot likely knows more.


yeah cannot argue that.
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