A wire wheel on a grinder works great for things that won't get damaged
by it.... The back plate would go pretty quick I imagine...
A higher CFM compressor might be worth the time though...
On Sat, 05 Oct 2002 17:32:43 +0200, Ross Bateman wrote:
>Well my 69B Roadster is down to the shell and is booked to go into the
>body shop in 2 weeks.
>I started working on 'refurbishing ' some of the parts today and ran
>into a snag. I got myself a sand blaster for the compressor but I do not
>have enough pressure.
>Took me 3 hours with fiddeling and faffing to clean off the one side of
>the break disk back plate. Not very good going.
>What would you suggest I try... paint strippen prehaps?
>I am talking about things like the front cross member, wish-bones etc.
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