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Old 09-29-2011, 12:55 AM   #1
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Default Pump situation solved

Well I got a new to me rig... Speedflow 4900 came with 2 electric motors a gas motor 300' feet of line and 2 guns.......all for the smokin price of $300 I'm happy
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Old 09-29-2011, 09:30 AM   #2
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No kiddin'
WTG Pinch.

Are you sure it's not a stolen rig?

You don't wanna be painting away someday and have some painter come up and say "hey..that's mine!"
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Awesome I really hope its not stolen too. Even in this economy, thats a "too good to be true" price Anyway, go put some paint on
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Nope not stolen it's the last of an ex bosses rigs . I know the pumps history and have actually sprayed a few thousand gallons through it back in the day... Probably needs a fresh packing and a hydraulic flush but I expected to do a thorough tune up on it
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Good deal then.
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Great grab Pinch!
Those are supposed to be great rigs.
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Went and picked up the 4900 this evening after looking at it it will need a serious cleaning but as a little bonus the guy gave me a brand new Graco Pro Shot! Still wrapped up never used he said he got it for free and never messed with it,also gave me about 200 3m particle masks , a case of spray hoods and 3 really big drops I'm stoked
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You might make more money going into retail....
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Gotta love a Speeflo. Glad to hear of your good fortune.
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