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Old 11-15-2019, 05:35 AM   #3
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Woody is right about the prep work. I use a cheap gun, and every time I've had bad results it's been due to me not properly prepping a surface.
Your best place to spend money here is going to be on a good quality, wide variety of sandpaper as well as good products such as primer (I only use SEM) and a good variety of filler products (Bondo)
With the gun itself, the biggest factor is going to be having the settings right.
'97 - Silver (rebuilt/stripping)
'99 - Black (rebuilt/sold)
'01 S - Rainforest Green (daily)
'03 S - Orient Red (sold)
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