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Old 01-09-2018, 09:03 PM
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Well were to start? a huge thanks to all of you for your input.
I am going to look for the stripper this Saturday at lowes and if not a fellow i know in the auto paint sales says he knows of some he can get, i have all of the rest of the equipment to do this.
A couple of questions, how are the fumes from this as having the shop open is not an alternative it is currently -25 deg c i am in Canada LOL.
And how does it work on old undercoating inside the fenders seams to be tar based.
Also looked at media blasting we have a couple of shops out here but it is very pricey and i saw a job the one shop did and messed up some of the rare parts that took a lot to repair after, so that is out.
As for the slow speed sander i will plug away with this on my body itself i will save the doors and fenders for trying the stripper.
A couple of pics if they turn out lol.
First sideways pic is fender i have completed with the 7 inch
Second is rad suport with DA sander and 80 grit
third is a patch panel i an about to put in on left side a piller to door.

And many thanks again and i will figure out the sideways pics soon and keep you all posted.
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