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  • Noob2PC
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    Originally posted by Electrathon
    Originally posted by Noob2PC
    I have never blasted Steel or Tim after prebaking. I have never had mine turn blue either.

    Are you from PFF?
    Yes, Electrathon there too.

    It is amazing how small the world can be. two fiero people migrating here.
    We also need to get together and discuse pricing. There is not Way I can price things as low as you are doing. I think we could both benefit on PFF if we both have similar pricing. Shot me a PM on PFF with your email and I will send you my pricing. Yes I am getting the prices on the sheet, we need to stand up and tell them cheapskates TDB! Yopu are selling stuff way too cheap for the work that goes into it.

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    i have had parts discolor when preheating i shot them with no problems at all

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  • Electrathon
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    Originally posted by Noob2PC
    I have never blasted Steel or Tim after prebaking. I have never had mine turn blue either.

    Are you from PFF?
    Yes, Electrathon there too.

    It is amazing how small the world can be. two fiero people migrating here.

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  • jtagger19
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    this happens to me with some valve covers
    I always re-blast them , better sure than sorry .

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  • Noob2PC
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    I have never blasted Steel or Tim after prebaking. I have never had mine turn blue either.

    Are you from PFF?

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  • Electrathon
    started a topic pre bake and metal discoloration

    pre bake and metal discoloration

    When I prebake parts, such as an air cleaner, to outgas it and burn the oil out of the seams they always darken to a blue color. I realize that the metal is OK when this happens but it is necessary to resandblast the part to remove the discolorization or can the part just be coated as is? I have been resandblasting but it seems like I am doing the same thing twice here.
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