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Looking for a place locally that I can take the intake mainfolds from my son's truck and have them dunked in a tank to clean them up. Any suggestions as to a reputable outfit?

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How about having them bead blasted?
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Does that do a thorough job on the inside. I'm after all the carbon build up and gunk on the inside.
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Yeah i have my autotech teacher has race cars an is gonna have them bead blasted to clean the carbon. If it didnt do a good job he wouldnt waste his money i know that.
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Any good machine shop or engine builder should be able to clean them out. I can dig up a few references if you need.

I had a new ring gear put on the flywheel for my old 78 bronco at Carolina Crankshaft up on Graham St, they did a good job and i think only had a day or so turn around time.
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