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I didn't take everything from the tractor to the sandblaster guy. The nuts and bolts, the starter, toolbox, generator, engine, and headlights quickly come to mind, so I have to sandblast, prime and paint them. My piles of sand are left outside and are polluted with leaves, grass, roots, and cat poop. I needed a sand screener, so I made one over the last few days. Here it is. My cordless drill turns it, and a wheel barrow fits under it. Pretty soon I'll be able to sandblast my brains out.
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Your imagineering was working overtime MM nice job. 👍👍
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The sand screener worked nicely. A couple of days ago I had some ratty old screen door screen pieces on the drum and it didn't do a nice job. There were to many bent and kinked overlap places for the debris to sneak out though. I went to town and splurged on a small roll of 'pet' screen and it is so much nicer. As I said the screener worked nicely, so I was able to sand blast a bunch of wheel nuts and other small pieces.
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That's brilliant MM!
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