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    Default 12 ton shop press $50!

    Saw this on another forum and thought I'd let ya'll know about it. Shipping is only $11.99
    http://www.homier.com/detail.asp?Ses...cat=&sku=03945




    Merry Christmas!
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    thansk will check it out...
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    they also have a good deal on a blast cabinet .

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    I did order one for that price i cannot really bump my head =] i think this cabinet is a verry good price to http://www.homier.com/detail.asp?Ses...cat=&sku=02763

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    Mine will be here Thursday!!

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    mine tomorrow =]

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    I just love Christmas sales! Had to get one also.

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    I have a similar blast cabinet & have one suggestion to anyone buying one of these. Try to instal a better brighter light source when assembling. The little flourescent tube is about worthless to my old eyes. Once the cabinet is all put together, it's a bitch to reach inside there to change anything. Also, hooking up a vacuum to it makes a WORLD of difference. It's hard to do a good job when you can't see WTF is going on in there!
    " Save a tree...........Eat A Beaver!"

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    I build one myself a couple of years ago with instead of a hopper a bucket with a fitting under it. It works great for rusty bike parts .I really would would like to build one that i can put complete bikeframes into to clean so i can make a little bit of money Its a little to cold to that in my backyard now =] I orderd from harborfreight a couple of days ago a small blastcabinet that i want to use for small parts only..then i read that post on that press orderd it 2 days ago I have it standing up today $60 dollars deliverd ...harborfreight has not even processed my card yet iam not planning to order to much stuff from that place nomore .=]

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    I tried to hook up a shopvac to mine but i could not get it to work real good I put a shopvac filter on the inside of mine to filter stuff in my next setup i need todo better on the filterand dustreduction part thats one thing for shure.and using sand to blast is not the best idea either

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