Yeah I will probably have a stripper party... not nearly as fun as it might sounds! Four people and some needle scalers, flapper discs, and wire wheels will make quick work of it I think.What a pain with the bedliner. That stuff always seems great until you need to remove it. I would have thought the blasting would have taken care of that. So onto the grinder and stripper? The stuff on mine was so cheap that it doesn't stick. I can just peel it off when I want. Maybe that was a good thing. Too bad man but at least your progressing. Two steps forward and a 1/2 step back.
Good to know! I'm glad he's back at it. I'll hold off until Jan, then start taking stuff to him. It is just small batches at this point. What I really need is a sand blaster to clean and strip small parts and hardware.He's good! I stopped by and chatted with him for a while. He's playing catch up on some really big orders so he asked that I give him until mid-December to drop off my stuff. Your frame is looking great!
Thanks. It is tarped on the trailer right now. I couldn't get it into my garage before the snow started. I'll pull it into the garage on Sunday before I leave for Detroit on Monday.Wow some really nice work you got going on Tony. That's exciting that the motor is in. I agree. Is there any way you can squeeze the tub in the garage away from the elements for the winter? Things are looking great though, keep it up.
"MEK is a natural component of many foods, including apple juice, beans, chicken, honey and a variety of cheeses. Synonyms for MEK are 2-butanone, ethyl methyl ketone, and methyl acetone."but that stuff IS NOT to be messed with, need full rubber gloves and respirator if you are going to use and have in well ventilated area.
Lol. Oildzing works!Good idea on the anodized stuff. Should make it rust free. I did the same but used another method. It is called oildized.