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The pressure blaster in action

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I think we finally have the pressure portion dialed in. This is a 314 rear pan that has the original paint on it as well as a coat of orange and another coat of red.


We tried the suction guns first and they are doing great, except on this newer paint. The video is what it can do in 1 minute, vs at least 30+ minutes with the suction guns. If you've ever tried to strip a 3-500 series this will amaze. :)






Here's another 38 second vid, would be 20+ more minutes with suction.



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motor12 replied the topic: The pressure blaster in action

It sure makes it look easy and fast, wish I had something like that. I still have to strip paint the hard way.


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Kurt-NEPA replied the topic: The pressure blaster in action

:thumb1 :thumb1

Nice, Really Nice. Wish you were closer, I'd be paying you a visit with my 520H pan.


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If you're ever coming to the area bring it with you. :smile2


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Might just do that Geno. When I get the engine running right, I'll be moving on to looks. For now, it looks like crap! And I still have a cab and snow blower to spruce up.

Enjoy that blaster, I've worked with many industrial units. They are pricey, but wow, do they work. Wish I could justify one.


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nappypappy replied the topic: The pressure blaster in action

wow that's fast...it doesn't even give you time for a break..you done...:smile2 :goodjob


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M Bailey replied the topic: The pressure blaster in action

I still think that 300-500 finish is powder coat because of the way it peels off in slabs but that beast goes right through it. Sweeeeet :guns1


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Trouty56 replied the topic: The pressure blaster in action

I want one.....lol....I see that on Facebook all the time....

but ....LIKE!!!



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GT 14 replied the topic: The pressure blaster in action

Looks good!
Do you know what kind of hose its using?


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Not sure, they are having the hose custom made, it says Badboy Blasters Inc on it. :)


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