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Re: Stripping vs Blasting and other ?'s
Post by robertcowan on Dec 24, 2006, 1:43pm

IF YOU WANT A QUALITY JOB THERE IS NOTHING BETTER THAN SANDBLASTING ( WITH MILD GRIT SAND )
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Post by blueridgekaiser on Dec 24, 2006, 7:30pm

i second it. sandblasting is the best way to get everything cleaned up and ready for paint.
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Post by sermis on Dec 25, 2006, 11:07am

Sandblast.

I want some info on your repower. What motor did you use and what bell housing and trans? I can get a 4 cylinder Hercules for $500. Forklifts take out motor. I have a brake and clutch place that can mount a clutch to the flywheel but I still need a bell housing and trans. Not sure I want to use the T98 with stock gears and diesel.
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Post by joesco715 on Dec 25, 2006, 4:06pm

The Herc is a D3400 Turbo Charged Diesel. The professional re-power was completed by M-Series Repower of N. Carolina and completed by the previous owner.

It looks to be an extremely professional job. In addition to the Herc upgrade, the previous owner added lock-out hubs, re-geared the rear end (70+MPH) and lots of new seals and joints.

Wish I could help more.

BTW, thank to everyone for their opinion, looks like I need to find a good sandblaster.

Happy New Year to all!
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Post by robertcowan on Dec 25, 2006, 9:55pm

the fuel system is a continous use system not an intermittant type needed on highway use. thats why they make 2 different systems . maybe yours isnt an industrial setup.
 

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