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 Post subject: Sand blasting
 Post Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 9:45 pm 
Will be looking into painting some things, such as wheel and axle assemblies, and i was wondering if anyone on here does, or knows someone who can sandblast the stuff for me.


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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:07 am 
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look up Prostrip, they are on west state boulevard across from the dana plant. they can sandblast just about anything you want...

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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:18 am 
Sparky wrote:
look up Prostrip, they are on west state boulevard across from the dana plant. they can sandblast just about anything you want...

that is where mine was done about 10 years ago...and dad wouldn't send his shit just anywhere


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Depending on how big, Branik has a sand blaster and would probably quote you a fair price on it.

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I just picked up a blaster from sears for like $30 bucks. You need a HUGE compressor to run it though. I figured I would use it just enough to make it worth my while but for most people it would be cheaper and EASIER to have someone like prostrip do it for ya.

(p.s. you won't have a garage/sandbox when you are done)

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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:52 pm 
awesome, i might have to check out pro strip. I know where they are, drive past it all the time. How do they charge? By size of what needs stripped or something?


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prostrip is a pretty popular place, but I'm sure branik could cut you a better deal. I had a roll bar bead blasted for my old truck once, I think it cost me like $80. that was a few years ago though

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