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anyone in Colorado Springs area have a sandblaster by chance?

i need my stacks themselves sandblasted as i prepped my stacks the best i could with sandpaper, washing them, etc before painting them with high temp paint, but the paint keeps flaking because of the chrome underneath. so i need to get them blasted so i can paint them properly. if you have a blaster, and would be willing to help me out, please let me know, so i can get my wife to remove the stacks, and get them done before i get home. Thanks, Gregg

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You can just use an angle grinder and an abrasive disc. That what I did with the chrome on my bumpers.

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