With sand? I wouldn’t. Get some crushed walnut shells or maybe even soda blast (though you’ll want a really good water separation system for that).
Hmm. So you're saying I could blast it myself with walnut shells and save the trouble of stripping the panels with the DA?Nope, the key is the heat build up. Sand heats the panel and that’s what warps it. Remember my hood?
The shells won’t do that.
Do you have a link to the part you're looking at? Would DM be interested in price matching CJ?While we're at it, @horse sence do you have any experience with the Dynacorn one-piece fender apron assemblies? I'm considering going with these since there is damage to my rear fender aprons (missing hood hinge nuts, torn sheet metal, etc.).
I've noticed that CJ lists alot of parts with Dynacorn part numbers as part of their "CJ Classics" line. I considered buying new metal from Dallas Mustang since I would have the opportunity to inspect anything for damage before buying, but everything is so muhc more expensive there. The same one-piece apron goes for $120 at DM.
After looking at your photos on page 1 again, that's the piece I would use. Never mind what I asked about price matching that's a heck of a difference. Summit racing also sells them but they are higher than CJ.Click where it says “Dynacorn one-piece fender apron assemblies”.
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