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$1151, this included $750 for the basic rebuild, new throttle shafts, plates, accelerator pump, gasket set, etc.

I ran a Soda Blasting business in Michigan about 15 years ago, it's terrific media. For a "test" somebody I know ran the blast nozzle across his hand. The effect was similar to road rash from a high-speed bicycle accident. But then again, we used very high volume Sullair compressors powered by diesel engines to get the kind of CFM required for the process.
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