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PostSubject: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 11:55 am

Dont know how many of you already did this, or saw it but I NEEDED to try this
Bucket with 4 steel rods (+) wired together & part hanging (-) isolated clip
Take a rusty but reasonably sound part like this
My helper already dunked it so the rust isnt pictured as clearly as I wanted
but.. we've all seen the battery tray before Mad

The in process shot here was good for gathering a crowd & plenty of comments

After (once again not the most clear pic)

Whats left is black iron deposit where the rust was.
Reclaimed after 8 hours of just sitting there

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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:44 pm

That does work very well on parts you don't want to warp or pit, it just takes so long to do some of those parts. but for me sandblasting takes 30 seconds, and the POR 15 fills in the pits.

Thanks for sharing that.
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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:53 pm

I've been looking into sand blasters & I'll need to do that too.
Right now I'm trying to find someone local that carries the media.
Cant be shipping 50-80lb bags of that
Any suggestions on which way to go are welcomed

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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 2:15 pm

I have used both methods, and both work really well.
I just use a bigger bucket. Wink


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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 2:26 pm

sdstick wrote:
I've been looking into sand blasters & I'll need to do that too.
Right now I'm trying to find someone local that carries the media.
Cant be shipping 50-80lb bags of that
Any suggestions on which way to go are welcomed


Bad boy blaster, ship you whatever you need.I'm buying a new blaster from them to start doing plastic bead and walnut shells.
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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 2:56 pm

sdstick wrote:
I've been looking into sand blasters & I'll need to do that too.
Right now I'm trying to find someone local that carries the media.
Cant be shipping 50-80lb bags of that
Any suggestions on which way to go are welcomed
I have gotten sandblasting sand at the local headstone/grave marker company
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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:43 pm

IMPALADAKID wrote:
I have used both methods, and both work really well.
I just use a bigger bucket. Wink

I have that same drum waiting on deck. Also a 4ft x 3ft x 4ft tank
Wanted to do a trial run to see if it was worthwhile.
Anything that gets the job done after I set it up & walk away from makes me happy

No Moa wrote:

Bad boy blaster, ship you whatever you need.I'm buying a new blaster from them to start doing plastic bead and walnut shells.
Thanks...googling study

mean ss wrote:

I have gotten sandblasting sand at the local headstone/grave marker company
Thanks. I'll have Matt Trakker look into that for me, based on his pics, he spends alot of time in cemetaries pale
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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:59 pm

I got a fiberglass box that is 4x8x6 I want to do fenders in it.
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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 6:45 pm

I dont know at what point you need a 2nd battery charger but a 4x8x6 definitely would require 2 minimum
Really easy & cheap to do. Its gotta cost less then media (at least the 2nd time you use it)

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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:02 pm

No Moa wrote:

Bad boy blaster, ship you whatever you need.I'm buying a new blaster from them to start doing plastic bead and walnut shells.
Does thier SODA blaster mdel look like the best of both worlds?
I've seen Harbor Freight's dual tank unit with ball valve for switching from 1 tank to the oter
I just dont want to buy & curse my stupidity shortley there after

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96BBB 28K 3.42 Bolt-ons
95BBB 100K 3.73 383 New DD...already broke fixt the 4L60E twice
95 Black WB4 Hole...ee...grail
96 Black WB4 No holes in this
95BBB 189K 3.08 Old DD Stolen...by Matt. Cool
Whine..eee...Silver LS6
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PostSubject: Re: Bucket De-ruster   Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:26 pm

sdstick wrote:
No Moa wrote:

Bad boy blaster, ship you whatever you need.I'm buying a new blaster from them to start doing plastic bead and walnut shells.
Does thier SODA blaster mdel look like the best of both worlds?
I've seen Harbor Freight's dual tank unit with ball valve for switching from 1 tank to the oter
I just dont want to buy & curse my stupidity shortley there after

The eastwood dual is by far the best. I'm going with the batboy 300 portable it will do both for me. I also have 2 more blasters, so I don't have to swap. I thought about the dual, but I can't afford it. 399 for the badboy unit and shipping and media will push me to 500
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