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Post by orangerider on July 24th 2016, 3:17 pm

I have been using this product for decades. I do many restorations and it is one of my many go to products. This video is better than me trying to explain how good it is. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7TnNEBy3tI
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Post by shiftpro on July 28th 2016, 9:39 am

Nice product, I haven't seen this in Canada though. What if want to paint something after using this? If it has a wax in it it probably won't work under paint.
I have a BBC block all bored and honed and there is rust on the outside I want off before I paint it. I could use a regular rust jell but need lots of hot soapy water to clean it afterwards and I'm not too crazy about taking water to my prepped block. I will in fact use soapy water to clean out the bores and main saddles come to think of it... so a mute point I made. But I only clean (with water) one cylinder at a time and towel and blow dry and hit with WD40 before moving on to the next. Just can't take any risks for a flash rust on those pretty finished honed cylinders.
You should see these cylinders, bored .060 over they look big enough to ride a bike through!
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Post by orangerider on July 28th 2016, 10:15 am

shiftpro wrote:Nice product, I haven't seen this in Canada though. What if want to paint something after using this? If it has a wax in it it probably won't work under paint.
I have a BBC block all bored and honed and there is rust on the outside I want off before I paint it. I could use a regular rust jell but need lots of hot soapy water to clean it afterwards and I'm not too crazy about taking water to my prepped block. I will in fact use soapy water to clean out the bores and main saddles come to think of it... so a mute point I made. But I only clean (with water) one cylinder at a time and towel and blow dry and hit with WD40 before moving on to the next. Just can't take any risks for a flash rust on those pretty finished honed cylinders.
You should see these cylinders, bored .060 over they look big enough to ride a bike through!

Scotch-Brite 7447 hand pads and WD-40 for the rust, use Dawn or Simple Green to clean then coat the bores with a thin layer of oil. The Scotch-Brite 7447 pads are pretty aggressive they have less aggressive pads all the way down to non scratch just depends on the rust.
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Post by longtime coming on August 13th 2016, 9:51 pm

pretty sure I've got something layin' around here that you could throw that little motor in Shifty. A Ford probably. Ha ha!
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