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 Pressure Abrasive Blasting Kit Handles up to 3500 PSI 
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Post Pressure Abrasive Blasting Kit Handles up to 3500 PSI
Sandblast for your Pressure washer way cool

http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/ ... _8520_8520

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That is a good idea, I saw a soda blast kit on ebay that works with a presure washer also.

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thanks Earl for telling me about that today. I went by there just a few hours ago, but they didn't have any. Their computer said they had 2 but when he teenager "went to look" he couldn't find either one.

I'll try again on Monday when an adult is there.

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Hope it works out for you I think Im going to get one to use on a project I have going on now.

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i seen those setups here before , not sure if it works the same way though but the ones i've seen work good and saves a lot of dust , think its a perfect tool for when you need to strip a steel boat


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Interesting, and I already own a pressure washer :wink:

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I bought it yesterday. Obviously haven't had time to play with it. I'm hoping on Sunday I'll get a chance too though.

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Take lots of pic's

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I'd be interested in seeing this thing in action too. It sure would make cleaning up my frame a lot quicker and cheaper.

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cleaning up the sidewalk might take a bit more time though , just wondering if it will syphon the sand in fast enough .


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I started using this on my frame. use fine sand the medium gets clogged in the tube. i used black beauty fine. it worked ok but i got frustrated and took my frame to work (sunbelt rentals) and blasted it with the correct stuff i will keep the pressure washer blaster though i am going to try it out to see if it will let me blast sheet metal without building up too much heat and warping the metal


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So it works, just not real good, thanks for the info

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My step brother works for Sunbelt. Do you work at the Sunbelt in Rivergate (Myatt Drive)?

Also, does Sunbelt rent any kind of sandblasting tools? I looked on their website awhile back and didn't see anything.

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Trai,

Just to let you know Bullock let me have a cabinet sandblaster so if you need to use it come by. Haven't messed with it to see if it will work, but I'm sure it does.

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Trai,

Just to let you know Bullock let me have a cabinet sandblaster so if you need to use it come by. Haven't messed with it to see if it will work, but I'm sure it does.


Just leave me the keys to the garage, and fix me a bunk in the back. I'll be a regular :hi: .

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wish you guys were closer I have a few sand blasters and they never get used.

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Earl wrote:
wish you guys were closer I have a few sand blasters and they never get used.


Move East

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east if I get any farther east you will never see me. I would like to move west of Knoxville.

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Well then Move WEST

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