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A guy at our swap n shop had a nut blasting system he made using car exhaust
A guy I worked with bought it and liked it
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Most of the pictures I see are outdoors...
50+ items come up in the search...no time to read all of them today...
Variation of baking soda, environmentally friendly, washes away easily, can be used on heads and engine parts....
'66 2065cc Stroker "Frankie", EFI and GM D585 ignition
she aint pretty, she just looks that way...
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- Location: Lake Balboa (SFV) - CA
- Model: 1500/1600
- Year: High Windshield-68-70
Still think I will use vinegar to prime.
Currently using alum oxide, but bought soda and glass to try.
Certainly fun. Put it straight away on wheels so I can m ove it around.
AND, any local peeps - I am in Van Nuys - are welcome over to 'have a blast'
1970 1600 (Stroker) - TOAD SAN (Eliza)
1970 1600 (Stock) - As Yet Unnamed
Lake Balboa (SFV) , California