Spraying a Car at Home: Part 1, My Setup

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Trevor Dalley


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Lucas the epic Blader and gaming says:

Hey man love the teaching you’re bringing. The air filter you used in this episode looks like a water separator for a fuel system. What is the filter and where’d you get?

scotsinoz says:

Hi Gunny, where can I buy the steel camel moisture trap here in Perth ?

Benjamin Santana says:

Gunman I have a question when I paint I continue to get some kind of particles. I purchased a new gun, I cleaned my paint room my compresor my hose. I'm not sure where the particles are coming from. Any idea or tip.

david weston says:

On the old video games, those were all we had. There are no "save states". We pressed pause, and came back when we could. sometimes that would be a day or two later. That pause held indefinitely. this is circa 1989.

Wazhe Amadman says:

G’day Gunmen love your videos. Am doing a resto on a car at home. Now I’m working on sections of body work at a time. And want to get those section in a primer so they don’t rust. I am not sure how long it will be before I get any colour on the car. What primer would you recommend to use ?

Douglas Gower says:

good video, great advice

Slx Sparx says:

Yo ur eye color is scaring me bro 💀😂

teranceable terance says:

I just got a steel camel filter what bolts did you use to reduce to get the air line hooked to it

lewis knibbs says:

Can you recommend some compressors for starting out that I could use to run a GTI gun?

bkpickell says:

Great content as usual, however I highly doubtful that water separator is doing anything. They need to be at least 50 feet or 16 meters from the compressor to be effective. As close as you have it the air is still hot and hasn't cooled down enough to cause any condensation yet.

slknv88speed says:

Good stuff mate, planning to do some small panels at home (bumper, mirrors, a wing etc) and came across your channel. Love the 8bit gaming chat, and particularly "ask don't take" – I run a business and very happy to help out my people if they ask first – but pinch something and that's your last day with me too. Mutual respect. Anyway, what's your view on 2K vs acrylic spraying at home? I'm planning to setup a little temp gazebo thing in the backyard to hold overspray, gear up with respirator/suit etc and give it a good go based on your vids. What's easier for a first timer?

Evan Borden says:

Nice videos, learning a bit. Have any tips on body work before spraying bedliner? I'm venturing into it instead of paint on a few vehicles.

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