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Old 01-05-2010, 11:35 AM
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HVLP $19.99 coupon, HF 66222 Link

Had to move this to the off topic forum, per Mods say so after dumping it.
So I thought I would just give the link to it( HF 66222 HVLP $19.99 coupon ) so you dont have to go looking for it. Just trying to save the average Joe a buck or two when the budget's a bit tight, Anyways if you would like to post what you think about it and how well it has/hasn't worked for you, that would be great. Here is also another link I found that talks a little about fine tuning it to perform properly http://www.purplesagetradingpost.com...Pspraygun.html
They talk about the 38308 and 43430, which is the 66222's predecessors.

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Old 01-07-2010, 09:29 AM
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I bought HF's 40$ HVLP and it worked great
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Thanks for the link. I'm going to give this a try for primer.
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Old 01-07-2010, 12:52 PM
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Thanks for the link.
Not a problem.

This gun sells for $59.99 but usually is on sale for $39.99,
I got a coupon for it in Oct. for $25 and bought it then thinking "that" would be the cheapest it will ever be sold for........ I was wrong!, to late to get the difference back but still thought I would give this a post to save others $$$$.
If they do say anything about it being a "PRINT OUT" off the computer(which I highly doubt it) just tell them that it was from an Email sent to you from Harborfreight.com and you just cut it out.
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Just wanted to let you guys know that I printed out this coupon and used it today and it WORKS. Got this gun for $20. Will try it to lay down primer and see how well it does.

Thanks greenmoonshine!
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Old 01-08-2010, 11:53 AM
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I have two of these guns and they work great for whatever you are painting.

The thing to remember is: It's NOT the gun that makes a painter. If you get the right adjustment, air pressure and mixture, you can paint like a professional.

I've seen guys using a Sata, or Iwata, or other expensive guns and the job still looks like an amatuer did it.

You can take any gun, and with a little practice and the proper adjustments do an expert paint job.

I also have a Devilbiss FL3, it cost me about $100. I use it to paint custom cars to farm oil tanks. What I like about it is that it is comfortable in my hand. But a cheap gun will work just as well.


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I have two of these guns and they work great for whatever you are painting.

The thing to remember is: It's NOT the gun that makes a painter. If you get the right adjustment, air pressure and mixture, you can paint like a professional.

I've seen guys using a Sata, or Iwata, or other expensive guns and the job still looks like an amatuer did it.

You can take any gun, and with a little practice and the proper adjustments do an expert paint job.

I also have a Devilbiss FL3, it cost me about $100. I use it to paint custom cars to farm oil tanks. What I like about it is that it is comfortable in my hand. But a cheap gun will work just as well.


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I disagree with that, cheap guns (usually) don't lay paint on as evenly as nicer guns tend to do.
If your spraying primer, or solid base it doesn't make much of a difference, but I wouldn't spray a metallic or a booth clear with one, especially in a blend.

There is more to a gun then ergonomics, but a $20 HVLP is definitely worth checking out at any rate.

The cheapest gun I found that sprays with the big boys is the Sharp FX300, though it needs a cup mod.
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:50 AM
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I got one of these from northern on sale , worked good the first time, but once I cleaned it is spits and sputters like hell.
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Thanks for the link, headed down to pick one up now.hey does anybody know what size the fluid needle is on this gun?
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Its a 1.4 mm. Bought one myself a couple weeks ago, and I'm pretty amazed at how nice it sprays.
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I went on down and picked the gun up thought I might use it for primer. has anybody shot a devilbliss finish line 3 gun that could compare this gun to it>>? I tell you guys I just took this gun apart and was scoping it out, and it looks exactly like my craftsman hvlp gun the parts i'm almost sure are interchangable. I have heard rumurs that this was a sata knockoff gun but I don't know how true that is....
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I plan to spray a tail gate with it this week just to try it out. It seems heavy in my hands compared to the Astro that I spray with.
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