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  • Jerry Forrester
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    Yes.
    Here.
    http://www.aircooledtech.com/tools-o.../soda_blaster/

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  • 48M5
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    Here's a link to the "how to". http://www.vwgolfmk1.org.uk/modules....topic&p=550359 --48M5

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  • gordr
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    There was a post here a while ago (I think) about soda-blasting carbs. Use powdered washing soda. There was a link to an on-line article about a simple home-made soda blaster. Try entering "home made soda blaster" into a search engine.

    Soda is a very mild abrasive, and dissolves in water, so there is no chance of leaving particles behind to potentially clog small passages.

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  • studebaker-R2-4-me
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    Glass Bead on the Carburetor body

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  • rockne10
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    Best is dry ice but, good luck. The service is out there.
    The big problem with these porous cast metals is the bodies are chromated to reduce evaporation through a basically spongy casting.
    The chromation will deteriorate all by itself over time. If you media it, it's gone.

    If I rebuild a carb and have no problem with it I'm a happy camper.
    If it needs rebuilt a second time I defer to Dave Thiebeault, who will return a completely rechromated, cad-plated, as good as factory item for less than my time is worth.

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  • satdoc2
    started a topic Blasting Media

    Blasting Media

    Can a blasting media be used on carburetors and fuel pumps? If so, what kind?
    Allen
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