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Restoring a Burned Up Anyang 88 Air Hammer


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If that hammer was close to me I'd be comfortable paying 50 cents a pound for it sight unseen (local scrap yard sells me steel for 25 cents a lb). It's a potentially long project, but if you're mechanically inclined and have a decently equipped shop (machine shop tools) I think it's a totally restorable hammer. All it is is an assembly of big castings that probably only need cosmetic work, and an air compressor pump. Simplified of course but you really only need to be focused on repairing the small parts one at a time (for a long time lol).

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