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Discussion in 'Riding Gear - Accessories - Workshop Tools' started by GreyImport, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. GreyImport

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    It does look better with the longer trigger. At $20 it would be a worthwhile addition for anyone who uses rattle cans :)
     
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    I think I come into that catergory .... and I think theres many more scattered around the place :lolsign:

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    Yep.. my collection is pretty much like that too, but no Hammertone :)
     
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    Coming from the US it will probably get held up in Customs because it says its a GUN... :)
     
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    All sorted

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    Does that mean that work is going to re-commence on the Flyer??


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    Yea maybe ... after I do all the belts on the LC and the FZR carbs are rebuilt and back on the street bike and .... :help: :D
     
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    Damn fine tool ! ... and no I didnt paint half the house , its a shadow :)


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    @Andych ,
    Bunning's have those large JFlex Spray Shelter booth's on clearance now for $20 instead of $69, i just grabbed one 20180914_144551.jpg 20180914_144559.jpg
     
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    Looks like I am heading to Bunnings then. Just got back last night (Friday night) from a 2300km week away for work so I am stuffed and don’t really want to be in the car any more lol.


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    Well I bought one but they didn’t have it reduced. Apparently the yellow stickers are “Store Discretion” and apparently here they have sold quite a few.
    The Tool Store manager said if he got down to 1 or 2 left he would have done it but he still has 10 or so in stock.
    Still, even at $70 it is worth it.
    I bought a small drill mount polishing mop kit too. I can’t find my others and it is going to be difficult to get to All Tools or Sydney Tools till later in the week and I want to start polishing today.
    I have to get as much done as I can in the next few weeks as once I have me knee replacement done I am probably out of action for 2 months


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    Definitely over rated unless u can not press nozzle because handicapped it’s all in technique good YouTube vids on getting professional results with a spray can


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    Overated? :lolsign: ..... a cheap aid so u can hold the can better and so much easier to press the crappy old school button thats still used these days and makes moving the can while spraying way smoother .... yep ok
     
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    I was being kind actually it’s another thing to have to clean I’ve used both and his ask for opinion it’s in the technique and I found that that as long as sprayed smoothly and even nd not over applied I actually found it to spit a little As I said if u have a handicap then that be good meaning arthritis missing digits elderly or wan$ers crap sindrome but for a Able person there’s no need I don’t have a agender just a opinion from experience can send pics of my work from can u wish to see if you can fault it or pic difference from can aid or spraygun if there so good send me one and I’ll do a live post of both and the clean up time from can to can with aid


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