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A "New" tool come home

OK guys....I spotted the excellent Job Chris was doing on his 600 Suzuki project...http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=174305

I noticed he had a little 'shot/bead blasting' facility and was getting great results with it.

Wellllllll....a mate who has begun to loose interest in restoring bikes had one..,so the evening before last I rang him up to see if he still had it and if he'd consider selling..??

My timing could not have been better...and for just 50 ....!!!!
it was mine!! (On account of us being good friends)

Needless to say I broke his arm off and got it in the car before he changed his mind!
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That's awesome Brian. Looking forward to seeing the results now!!
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That's awesome. I have always wanted to add one of these, and a parts washing tub in my garage... I'm getting closer to that, just need to make some more room.

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Put it outside your shop.......

You will have grit......EVERYWHERE

if I need to use a small one ......it's 3 mi away....

A big one for big jobs..... It's in downtown LA......

They use a BobCat to move sand......



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As long as I don't get sand in my belly button!!!

It's the same with polishing metal.....,after a session I come in the house like a 'coal miner'!!
with black 'eyeliner' and nostrils like I've been sniffing soot!!

And that's with all the eye protection.,masks etc.

A truly filthy job!!
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