Here's the top of the cart completely dis-assembled and all the nuts and bolts labeled in the cans.
Getting ready to get the grease off the hubs and pull the axle. That's the bead blaster on the right I run 125 psi at the regulator which probably gives me about 110 psi at the bead blaster. Bead blasters will leak, I don't care what they say or what type of vacuum they have on them. I run a shop vac on mine and my exhaust fan is about 4 feet behind that, so I'm taking any leakage from the bead blaster and getting it out of the building. I use supplied air any time I'm near it, whether I'm cleaning it, filling it, or using it. Another thing you might have heard is "I don't need supplied air because I don't use silica sand". Well, any time you use high air pressure on rust or paint or whatever, you will have airborne contamination to breathe.
Sanded the wood with an air sander and it's ready for ZAR. I set the boards on large nuts and wiped the drips off.
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