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Does anybody have a good USA made sand blaster that they can recommend? I just need a portable one. Also, I think I would want to go with harder nozzles than ceramic if there is one out there that fits. I need to do some clean up on my firewall and the interior body area of my 32. I won't be using sand. Will try to use Walnut as the media. It should clean up the areas I need to work on. Thanks for any help.

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Try TP Tools, Canfield, Ohio. Frank
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Does anybody have a good USA made sand blaster that they can recommend? I just need a portable one. Also, I think I would want to go with harder nozzles than ceramic if there is one out there that fits. I need to do some clean up on my firewall and the interior body area of my 32. I won't be using sand. Will try to use Walnut as the media. It should clean up the areas I need to work on. Thanks for any help.

Steve
If you are looking for a portable blaster made in the USA, the Blastmaster by Barrel Blaster is a good choice. If you need a abrasive blasting cabinet that is made in the USA, the RB4836 by Raptor Blaster is one that we use down at our shop.
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Try TP Tools, Canfield, Ohio. Frank

I recommend TP Tools also. I just bought some body tools and one was supposed to be in stock but at the last moment they couldn't fill the order but there was a interchange part and was cheaper. The lady at TP Tools called me personally and told me about the interchange even though it was cheaper it is what they had on hand. Of course I was pleased that she called me but to go the extra step to ensure I was a happy customer. In my book they rock! They also have US Made blast cabinets.
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Guys, look at the post date....this is more than 2 years old...
Still a good recommendation for TP Tools. I've bought a few things from them also.
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