It turned out to be a really nice day today, so no excuses not to get the frame sandblasted.
I tied it's legs together and pulled it out of the garage ,rotisserie and all. The rotisserie is the best thing. Well worth the effort to build in how easy it is to work on the frame.
My compressor huffed and puffed all day. I had to wait a lot for it to catch up. But in the end the frame got done. Took another 2 hours to clean up the mess in the dirveway and I pulled it back into the garage by hand. UGH!
A sand blast place wanted $250 to do the frame and I did it for $35 worth of sand. 3 100 lb. bags. And probably $20 worth of electricity. LOL
Anyways, super happy that is done and it came out OK. My truss sealant lifted only in a couple little spots. Not bad.
Tomorrow I go get the primer. Epoxy primer or self etching primer? I cannot get a staight answer on this. Everyone has a different opinion.