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Old 02-03-2011, 12:28 PM   #21
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I need mobility. I was just on their site looking at there mobile ones. They look pretty nice. What is the max hose length on your set up?
I was told no more than 50' is recomended for this type of sprayers, usually they come with 25"
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I was told no more than 50' is recomended for this type of sprayers, usually they come with 25"
I noticed on the site they had a portable one that ran 8 guns, surely of one could handle 8 lines it could handle 100-150ft
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I noticed on the site they had a portable one that ran 8 guns, surely of one could handle 8 lines it could handle 100-150ft

for what he said he paid for his, I don't think you can go more than 50' I'm not sure but I don't think you can even shoot waterbornes throught this pump
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It sounds like you can shoot waterbornes fine. They just offer a more specialized version with large pick-up tubes and maybe a special tip set on the gun that helps alleviate some problems that some WB's have when sprayed AA. The CAT has always had a better reputation with WB's than the Kremlin, but they also offer a specialized version.
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Jeebus I offered a trade and still hasn't responded. As far as shooting WBs you need a different gun, or at least a tip swap, this pump should be able to handle any residential ff coating.

I would use it to shoot conversion varnish and pre cat, maybe some WB clears.
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I would be open for a trade I have a newly rebuilt spraytech I would be willing to trade for it. It hasn't had a gallon through it since the rebuild.

I would like to see pics and a link to the actual unit you are selling. Is it the B14? Also what gun does it have with it? Is it the bobcat?

If you want you can attach the pics in an email. tommy at johnsonhomeconstruction.com
Hey buddy sorry I haven't Ben on in a few days. What's the spraytech u have model etc. What size and gpm. Thanks you can email me if you like and I'll get the massage faster. [email protected].
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Ok so. Lol. The two sales I had seem to have fallen thru with no responses back so just an FYI. It's still for sale.
Anyone interested please contact me via emAil I'll get It right away. I'm not on here Lot so I don't get back to the responses to promptly. Lol. Thanks and take care. Ramsey.
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hey guys sorry i havent been on much lately .ben busy with the new project.anyway i though ide take a minute and update this and see if i can gt someone to buy this machine.ok if anyone wants it ill sell it for $650.00 plus shipping .i think thats a great deal for someone even to just sit like a trophy .lol serious tho if u want this nice little unit ide love to see it put to work tho.$650.00 takes it away.feel free to email me at [email protected] and ill give u my phone number or we can message back and forth.i can send pics via email or cell phone if u want .thanks ramsey.
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sold ,thanks dean v
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Thanks Ramsey. I got the sprayer today and everything is as described. Fast shipping, Ramsey is easier to work with than I am, good guy. If he posts anything for sale again I would recommend buying from him.
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