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    I seen a guy with one today and it looks a good bit of kit. Has anyone that owns one got any feedback on them, good,bad or indifferent. Before i go and get one.

    Thanks for any feedback

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    I have one in the garage, once the novelty wears off its just another collectors item. Stick with a corner box and keep the dosh!

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    A mate has one and it's a good bit of kit. I think you have to have the mud quite runny though as it won't push thickish stuff.

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    I have one & would not be with out it

    When working on timber frames we put a flat head on to apply mud to the flat joints before
    paper taping

    On internals we coat up with the 90' head, apply tape by hand, then use a better than ever combo flusher.
    when first coat has dried we put on the 90' tapetech head.

    We have the mud just a tad damper than for hand jointing, it is a stress free way to coat up internals.

    You dont want to be putting WD40 on it though!
    Milk No Sugar.

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    not a at bit of kit, just have to make the compound a little thicker than when using a Corner Box and master the art of moving at the same speed that the compound is coming out. keep and eye on www.thetapingstore.com over the next few days there will be a Mudrunner video on the home page.
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    i have had plenty of good feedback on the mudrunner, almost no negative, except when they break down which hasn't been that often, seems mainly to be clips that go which can be replaced with the same clips used on the pumps.

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    New on www.thetapingstore.com Mud runner and Power Assit boxes instructional videos
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