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Need copy of Badger manuel

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  • Member since
    April 2003
  • From: Hayward, CA
Posted by MikeV on Sunday, September 28, 2003 10:47 AM

I would email or call Ken at Badger and he will get one right out to you I am sure. Badger has the best customer service of any airbrush company without a doubt.
Here's their web address:

About the tips and needles, there are usually three sizes, 1, 3 and 5 and the tips are also the same. The number 1 is the finest tip and the #5 is the broadest coverage. Most of us use the #1 tip and needle although some do use the #3 also.
The tips and needled are changed together so that you use a #1 tip with a #1 needle.
I hope this helps somewhat. Wink [;)]


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Need copy of Badger manuel
Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, September 28, 2003 9:32 AM
I recently purchased a Badger 150 airbrush set at a garage sale. The set appears to be unused and includes a brush, three needles, three nozzles, several bottles, etc. The one item that was missing was the manuel. I have never used an airbrush before, and I sure would like a copy of the manuel / booklet to acquaint myself with the different parts. For example, I'm confused by the different needles and nozzles. I assume they can somehow be interchanged to vary the paint flow from fine to large, but do I have to change just the nozzles? Or just the needles? Or are the needles all the same size, and the set just includes several extra needles? See how clueless I am? If anyone knows anywhere on the internet where I can download a copy of the manuel, or if someone would take pity on me and e-mail me a scanned copy of the manuel, I surely would appreciate it!

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