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Looking to buy sandblaster

Hey everyone, I am looking to buy a basic pneumatic sand blaster kit to run off of my compressor. I don't want to pay a lot but I also don't want to give up quality for price. Anyone who can provide some insight on this would be appreciated.

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I got one from northern tool that works pretty good for around $350, been using it for about 2 years now with no issues.


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Only problem is I am looking for something I could shoot a frame with and some other larger parts that won't fit in a cabinet.

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Buddy bought one from cummins tools for around 150. Does the job. Ill try to find it


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you might want to look into getting a soda blaster. they use baking soda and water to strip off paint and rust and it leaves a coating behind so that your parts won't rust again until you can get them painted. plus the soda is eco friendly and won't hurt chrome parts or glass. check out www.eastwood.com
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harbor freight, and if it breaks, they replace it... i think the gun was like $30 and they sell the sand as well... i used it for a frame and works great
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