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Ever wonder how the A-Team guys got all that pin-striping off those late ’70s sedans?  If they were around now, they’d use the Dynazip Decal Eraser wheel.  Just think of all the hours B.A. could’ve spent “pittyin’ the foos” instead of scraping.

The eraser wheel uses its serrated “crepe” teeth to gently grind away decals and stickers from a painted metal surface.  It’s most often used for auto body work, and the serrations provide improved airflow that prevents surface heat build-up on the soon to be graphic-less vehicle.  (Less heat = less likely to damage the paint.)  The design of the teeth also allows for a relative jump-and-vibration free experience.

So, if the bad guys are taking advantage of small town folk and you need to strip a 78 Lincoln of all its stickers and graphics and still have enough time to weld on a flame thrower — this is the tool for you.

Street Pricing starts at $24. (Mr. T starter kit sold separately.)

Decal Removal Wheel [Dynabrade]
Street Pricing [Froogle]


2 Responses to Finds: Decal Removal Wheel

  1. Jason says:

    Did somebody watch an A-Team marathon on TNT this weekend?

  2. Myself says:

    Fascinating. I recently ran across instructions for using granulated sugar as a mild abrasive for removing marks from plastic surfaces, for instance if you’d like to de-badge your cellphone or PDA. More tricks for the arsenal!

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