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Posted on: 2011/5/29 10:29

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Posted on: 2011/6/4 8:59

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Posted on: 2011/6/5 7:33

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how did you get the panels to bare metal so easilly? Looks good!

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The first time i did it was 5 hours of wire wheeling and the second time was wire wheel and paint stripper, as the paint was still soft ( 4 days to fully harden ) it wasnt to much trouble but still alot of work...

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Hey Smurf,
Good work on those bloody inner sills. I've gotta make up a set for mine next. They're a pain in the butt!

Posted on: 2011/6/17 8:20
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got a little done today, Started blasting the inside of the ute, Only had time to do half today, Hope to get the rest done tomorrow!!!

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Are you just using a home sand blaster kit or a pro set up?

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its a soda blaster. its a nice set up, I prob wouldn't call it a pro set up but it def makes light work of paint work. company in America make it.. ended up costing me alot of $$$ by the time i payed for customs,shipping etc and bags of soda ( 25 Kg ) are not cheap as well.. the company is ACE,

http://www.ace-sandblasting.com/soda-blasting.html

thats the link for it there. Its called the ACE 2PS.

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