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    Stripping paint? REALLY GOOD TIP!

    Today I worked on my first go kart, stripping the paint and such. Here's an excellent tip:

    When you're working with anything that says

    POISON!!!!

    don't wear a low cut shirt, unless you like rashes. Oh, and gloves are a good idea, too.

    More tips as I stumble through the re-assembly process!

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    LMAO.....Good tip...

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    throw gas on it and light it..........paint comes right off and gas burns fast enough not to heat up the metal and cause damage

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    ruppparts, that's actually a pretty good idea if you have sufficient room for it. :)

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    In the back yard on top of the grill will do just fine!! BURN BABY, BURRRRRNNNN!!!

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    a 10x10 foot blasting cabinet wooks good too. :)

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    Well, my blasting cabinet seems to be 10x10 inches! I do have a pressurized sandblaster too....

 

 

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