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PostSubject: Sandblasting   Mon May 04, 2009 10:59 am

I'm not sure if this is where u want me to put this, but i have in the last week got my sandblaster and its a BIGGY, out and gotten some Black beauty sand, and done a bunch of parts for some local guys, so i'm offering up to the club only the following, if anyone has parts they would like sandblasted, i am willing to do it for cash or trade of parts. i'm very reasonabley priced. I'm not doing whole frames, or bodies, but smaller parts are fairly easy to do, it took me about 25minutes to do a battery tray and holddown, i charged him $35. The black beauty is VERY abrasive, its not for a smooth surface, it will pit soft metals, its a i'm going to POR 15 the part after its done type sand.

So if anyone is interested i'm offering this up, let me know what u have shipping will be paid buy owner, and i'd like to do more than one part together, so don't be in to much of a rush. I do work alot on my regular job, so this isn't an overnight thing.
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PostSubject: Re: Sandblasting   Mon May 04, 2009 6:16 pm

Sounds good Glen. Who does Powder coating in the S. Maine area? I want to do a set of 9C1 wheels. LMK. Tom
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PostSubject: Re: Sandblasting   Mon May 04, 2009 6:44 pm

Good question, used to be a guy in Freeport, not sure if hez still there or not
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