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12-06-2006 11:46 AM
OneMoreTime Big..large capacity hopper for the sand or blasting media, and you will need to have a large commercial type compressor as blastng whole cars takes a lot of air..that is if you want to get done any time soon..

Just study on some of the warnings about warping sheet metal with a blaster..the sand acts like zillions of tiny hammers and will stretch the metal creating warps that are almost impssible to get out..

12-06-2006 10:59 AM
Best sand blaster?

Hello there
I am currently looking for equipment for my new workshop.. What would be the best sand blaster for taking of surface rust and paint from the whole of a car/Jeep body?
I would appreciate any help in this.

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