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I believe mtmtnman has that very machine. He'll probably chime in soon. . .

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I will have to watch this thread. I'm in the market for a sprayer. After reading some of the reviews it seems like the biggest complaint is getting parts. Having to order filters would be a pain. Also it only comes with a 25 ft hose instaed of 50. And it does not have a wand extension. That might be the killer for me as I have allot of 9-11 ft ceiling I do.
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Here is what Ive been using for about 3 yrs and its a beast, it will just about spray just about anything. Plus all the parts are right off the shelf at lowes.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_295429-48690...ers&facetInfo=
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this was the 1 i was leaning toward buying.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Graco-Pro...5yc1vZarv5Z5kn
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this was the 1 i was leaning toward buying.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Graco-Pro...5yc1vZarv5Z5kn

That's the one I've had for years. Never a problem. Nice machine.

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What tips have you guys been using. I used to run an airless years ago but unfortunately my memory sucks
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I have had the Graco pro-x9 for years without a bit of trouble. I clean well after each use and keep the filters clean and it works every time!! It is not quite what the commercial Gracos are, but I only use it a dozen times a year or so.
I use the .015 tip for most work and .011 occasionally.
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What tips have you guys been using. I used to run an airless years ago but unfortunately my memory sucks

Looked at the sprayer when I was just in the shop, low & behold, no tip!
I usually just tell the boys at the paint store to throw whatever tip they recommend in the bag.

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Bought this rig a few weeks ago and just did a three bedroom apt with it today, second job I've used it on and it paid for itself on the first,no problems and I absolutley love it.

http://www.graco.com/us/en/products/...or/390-pc.html
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