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Old 04-04-2004, 09:24 PM
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need some sandblast/chemical work done

i need two box sides for a 55 ford taken down so i can finish them. i figure on having them sandblasted but was wondering if anyone could recommend anyone in the twin cities area who does decent work for a fair price. havent called around yet but am not really in a hurry. any one with a sandblaster looking to make a few bucks let me know. i know chemical stripping is a option but usually more expensive . sanding them might take too long and i dont think i could live with the unevenness of the 7in sander on such a big panel. but worse for worse that just might be what i have to do.
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Old 04-05-2004, 01:20 AM
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jv industries west of st michael is reasonable and does good work as well as sonnys custom paint in st michael if interested let me know and ill get there phone numbers julie
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any body know what to expect that costing? i started sanding and after two min i quit and came in and got a beer...lol. you gotta be careful not to warp such a flat panel. i should start calling around, just wish someone had one collecting dust and didnt mind doing it for a few bucks and a sixer...lol.
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