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Old 09-05-2011, 02:10 PM   #19
SPOOLN
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Join Date: Oct 2003
Chapter/Region: TXIC
Location: Texas
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2003 GDA
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It is up to you on what you are willing to spend on the project, if you want to buy some tools or do some of the prep it all depends. Preping the project will save you money in the long run. Will the shop warranty the work if they didnt do the prep is up to them. If you are willing to learn and give it a try, it will reward you in the end knowing you did the work.

Matthhepainter is giving you a good base to start off, up to you if you want to use it.


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Originally Posted by imprezaowner27 View Post
I have nothing, this is the first piece of bodywork i will ever attempt...and as far as time goes...I have until May of 2012 to get this done...my car has a trunk on it now...
You might want to google LVLP-HVLP-RP-etc. Since you know so much try to share the correct information.

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Originally Posted by TXwrxWagon View Post
you mean HVLP... High volume LOw perssure.... max output... min input.

Harbor Freight ir www.eastwood.com if you plan to spray more than once.

as for instructions so far... Mattthepainter has this one all under control.

Rob
<home painter, street rod/muscle car builder who knows when to turn the paint over to a pro>
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