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Old 02-10-2010, 10:01 AM   #1
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Switching To Glass


I'm sick of going home covered in black so I called about the glass, they have never heard of it LOL but they did some looking and got me a price the same as the black shot, $355 with tax and shipping to my door for a 3000# super sack my question is is thats a good price and how do the prices in your area compare between the black shot and glass.

also what grit would be comparable to the #20/40 black in glass
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Old 02-10-2010, 05:00 PM   #2
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That's exactly what I pay for my glass in 3000lb supers. . Nine cents a lb and 4160 shipping for two at a time. I get a medium 40/70 from newage. I think it's just right for most anything. i have no idea how that compares to the 20/40 My shipping includes a shorter truck and a lift gate.

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Sorry, that was $160 shipping
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