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I will be blasting and painting b series yellow next week if anybody needs anything done in the general area. I will be painting at my farm about 4 miles north of ADA, Ohio; 5 miles east of Blufton and 7 miles south of MT. Corey. Very close to you Mike. No labor costs, just supply paint and materials. If my mind serves me right there was a B-10 at the Findlay show last year in need of some paint, oh and an ignition switch. Let me know.
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Thanks for the offer Ryan, Not ready to paint anything yet. Where is your place at Ada? Sounds like you are only 10 miles from me, Stop in sometime.
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Hello Mike, I am 2 houses east of SR 235 on US Rt 30, on the south side of the road. I do not live there, but I own it. I am there a couple times a week or more. I mow it with my B-110.
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I will be there all afternoon today installing a well pump and fixing my 3212V. I will be there around 3:00pm. Ryan
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Ryan I'm thinking of buying a sandblaster of my own. I had a siphon type once, it was slow and plugged allot in humid weather. What do you use? Any tips on what to buy?? Thanks Jack
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Jack, I use a pressure pot blaster. It is the ace 90. http://www.ace-sandblasting.com/abrasive-blasting.html I found mine used for $150.00 at a swap meet. I think it is Tip tool, you can find them in the front of Hemmings Motor News, that run specials on blasters all the time. I could not find them on the web. Ryan
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