Blasting and painting dump trucks

May 18, 2011
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The purpose of this project was to extend the life of 5 Cats and 1 Euclid.  No cosmetic work was done.  We abrasive blasted and then coated them with macropoxy and hi-solids polyurethane.

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    mikeswoodsover 8 years ago

    Nice---They sure looked tired before you started!

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    22 Constitutionover 8 years ago

    Nice job, those look like a million bucks when finished. Did they let you take one for a spin?

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    WePaintIt4uover 8 years ago

    Thanks, yes they were getting pretty sad. They all drove well but the one with no brakes was a little tricky.

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