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    Quote Originally Posted by Recovry4x4 View Post
    OK, I've read enough. Since this item is fairly cheap and I already have a 4000 PSI blaster, I'm going to commit to one.


    Can not wait to hear your results and comments...please post!! Thanks...Randy

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    Dumb Question: How do you clean up the sand? Or do you?

    Wish I would have known about these. I just finished my Pinz and stripped the whole thing with a wire wheel on a grinder. What a PITA that was. Can't imagine doing that on a M35!
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    Thank you to all who responded to this thread!! Great info!

    I just ordered mine today.

    Getting ready to prep all three vehicles for paint and was not looking forward to the wire wheel....
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    I have a mil pressur washer that stands 5ft high 6ft long and 4ft wide about and runs on 220 with all the attachments and books and hoses, never used, if interested e mail me for the rest of the info, i could mail pics by phone..... randyemr2aol.com fyi,.

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    I’ve been looking for a way to get the CARC off my M35 for some time now. The blasting companies around here can do the small parts but none of them has a booth that the truck will fit inside; the closest is almost 4 feet too short. After reading the posts about using a pressure washer with a sand blasting wand from Northern Tool I was enthralled.

    After getting everything together and finely getting a little free time today I gave it a try.
    The first picture is of the left front duel rim. This was my worst one I counted 8 layers of Government paint on this thing. Picture 2 is after 10 mins work. Wow, what a difference. Picture 3 is of one of the panels on the left side bed, this one was better only 5 layers of paint. Picture 4 is after 3 mins. Areas that I thought were going to need body putty to make them look normal again, after blasting are only going to need paint.

    I used a rust inhibiter after blasting and 1 bag of size 20 sand for both areas. Looks like I have to go back for some more sand, but at $3.50 a bag I don’t have a problem with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLKBRD View Post
    Ive been looking for a way to get the CARC off my M35 for some time now. The blasting companies around here can do the small parts but none of them has a booth that the truck will fit inside; the closest is almost 4 feet too short.
    That is the first time I ever heard of blasting trucks or large items in a booth. Usually it is always done outside.
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    Play sand and carc in the air and no one mentioned a breathing mask?

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    Would I be crazy to try and take my M109 down to bare metal using one of these sandblaster pressurewasher attachments with a 2600psi / 2.6gpm pressure washer? I have access to a regular sandblasting setup, but I really like the idea of working with wet sand (less dust!).
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    Is there really a problem with dust when spraying water?
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    ...and what is this? Says it's a lance that can be used with the sandblasting attachment.
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