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I have a binks 2001 spray gun that I want to use to spray Wilsonart 951 contact glue. Wilsonart suggests a 63BSS fluid nozzle with a 66SDJG. The manual for the spray gun gives several options under the heading of adhesives, including a 66SS fluid nozzle paired with a 66SD-3 air nozzle. I want to use these latter nozzles because it will save me from having to purchase the ones Wilsonart suggests. Will these work as an alternative to those suggested by Wilsonart?

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You can use the one it has already. add some mineral spirits to the adheisive so it will spray thinner. add several coats spacing the time to 3 minutes apart. it will take longer to get tacky and save some money as well

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