Originally Posted by 59RAMBLERSUPERWAGON
I have a
Campbell Hausfeld Rugged Duty Dual Action Sander: PL1504 Air Sander
I picked it up at a yard sale like a year or two ago and never have used it, its almost brand new. I just need to change the air nipple on it so it matches my air hoses.
and I do have an angle grinder, I was going to pick up a couple knotted wire wheels thinking that that may be the best way to get rid of the bondo.
Ok so on the sanding side of things on an old station wagon, how many sticky sand paper disks should I buy? and how often should I change them?
Don't know what kind of compressor you have but it takes a big one to run a DA effectively. You might want to check before you buy a bunch of sandpaper for it.
If it were me I would go the aircraft stripper route with sponge stripping disks for the grinder to finish up.
Very cool looking wagon btw... sure you want to paint it back the original color???