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Old 10-25-2007, 09:38 PM   #1
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anybody ever own a titan 880? I had one, it was two 440's side by side tallboy set up, you could run one or both.
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Old 10-25-2007, 09:52 PM   #2
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I never seen one like that, having a hard time picturing that.
I had a 840ex i think it was, i never used it it was just a sprayer i bought and resold when i still had time to screw around like that. Other than that i have only seen the 840i and ix in the store.

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Old 10-26-2007, 05:06 PM   #3
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well it was very wide (two 440's side by side) with one outer casing. They also made a power 18" roller, but that didnt last to long.
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Sounds crazy, titan has always been inovative though. I always liked their hose reels.
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I started on titan, then bought a graco, then titan had a real problem with there 440's, right around the time when they changed design and the exterior color from gray to red. I saw multiple machines returned at many different stores. That sort of scared me from returning to titan, although I hear all problems were worked out.
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The titan 440i is a great value sprayer, you get a lot for 7-8 bills. I myself have a couple graco 695's i run regularly, and a graco 390 i like to use for stain jobs.
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I put my 390 through a lot of paint and I have yet to repack it. Ive never gone this long with any other airless.....kind of strange
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I'm looking for the Owner's Manuel for the Titan Model 880 like your talking about. I had one stolen and can't get a photo of the model even from the manufacturer because they say it's an older model.

All help is appreciated.
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send stolen alerts to all airless repair shops in a 100 mile radius concerning your stolen rig. give them your contact info. hope you nail the thieving ..fers
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I have an 880e, and a 440e. be glad to send a pic (rouge). I do have the owners manual for the 440. it has served me well for several years, with occasional use (once a month). I recently bought the 880 because I burnt up the motor in the 440 trying to finish a job with too thick paint for the little guy. the 880 works and is very clean (got it for a great price) but one side isn't pumping, both motors work. won't keep up with a tip bigger than .015, any info on the 880 would be welcome... I repacked the 440 myself a few years ago just haven't got enough info on the big one to do the same.
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I had a 1760 but the science didn't keep up with my hopes - never did get those two extra arms I always wanted.
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