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    ALDI PRESSURE SPRAY GUN

    Just got the latest Aldi Catalogue , they have these pressure spray guns that suck water out of a bucket . I wonder how they would go to spray fish oil in side LR chassis rails?
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    Does it work off a pump system or by venturi action? I assume a pump since there is a battery involved but does it pump air (for venturi effect) or the liquid?
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    When you move posts why can't you say were you moved it to , took me a while to find it . Tool tome is a section I never look in. I would have thought General Chat would be an good place to chat about it.

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    Well, there was a redirect for the thread.

    Why post in the wrong area?

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    Tool tome is a section I never look in.
    Look around the forum a bit more.

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    I would have thought General Chat would be an good place to chat about it.
    Why? It's about a tool.
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    While you may have been disappointed or annoyed at having your post moved, think about the benefits of having it in the Tool Time section.

    People who browse that section to see what is new or to see if anyone has experience with a tool that has attracted their attention, will find it easily amongst the hundreds of threads there rather than in the hundreds of thousands of threads in General Chat.

    Now that you know where it is, you should have no further problems.

    The alternative to having posts in specific forums is to have just one forum called General Chat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1950landy View Post
    Just got the latest Aldi Catalogue , they have these pressure spray guns that suck water out of a bucket . I wonder how they would go to spray fish oil in side LR chassis rails?
    Found a manual here https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...qPRVG1wPbzIQ57

    I read elsewhere it produces about 320 psi but would the internals like fish oil ???

    Probably like battery operated inflators, seems like a good idea but wonder if it's worthwhile.


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    I reckon you'd probably be OK for a once-off, but likely the next time you went to use it the seals would be shot.

    I converted an old compressed-air engine wash gun for spraying fish oil inside panels etc. Removed the nozzle, added a hose and plugged the end with a blocked off piece of metal tube with a few radial holes in it.
    Worked well.

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