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Old 07-06-2005, 10:10 AM   #136
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Actiualy from what I see only the case, backplate are useble-the rest will go to the trashcan. All steel parts yuo better dump it and don't even think to polish them-all parts inititaly ground and now rusty, you can make them shiny, but all tolerances will be lost.
To get new cranck, new P/S set, new bearings-it will be cheaper then new engine, but I am not sure if it is worse it.
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BTW, there is some acid which will clean all rust out, don't remmeber the name of it, but will go to the lab now and later will give you the name.
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Old 07-06-2005, 10:15 AM   #137
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It is Oxalic Acid. Please if you use it, use with respect-it is acide and use protective equipment. It will clean out all rust from your parts.
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Old 07-06-2005, 11:24 AM   #138
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It is Oxalic Acid. Please if you use it, use with respect-it is acide and use protective equipment. It will clean out all rust from your parts.
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keep it off your skin. it is easily absorbed into your bloodstream and will rock up in your kidneys. bad stuff!
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Old 07-06-2005, 11:35 AM   #139
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How about Autosol polish ?? Is it dangerous .... don't want that craps go inside my bloodstream either. My lungs are already contaminated with nitro gas.
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Old 07-06-2005, 11:58 AM   #140
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Hey Corey,

Thansk for the info. You are correct. Hopefully we will see you up in Hamilton again soon. If not see you at the Great Lakes Challenge!

Cheers,

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keep it off your skin. it is easily absorbed into your bloodstream and will rock up in your kidneys. bad stuff!
Hi Corey.
This is why I sad it is acide and should be treated with respect-all neccessary safety precations need to be taken-respirator, latex gloves, glases etc.
If you search over the Internet, you will find some info:http://alsnetbiz.com/homeimprovement/oxalic_acid.html
We use it a lot in our company to clean some rusty stuff-textile is all about water and temperature.
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Hey Corey,

Thansk for the info. You are correct. Hopefully we will see you up in Hamilton again soon. If not see you at the Great Lakes Challenge!

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I'm planning on coming the 16th and bringing some more racers along! I'm sticking with 1/8th and letting my buddy run my TC.
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Wow did you open the engine before breaking it in. Ive never seen that much rust and resedue develop one day.
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Great news!! See you in 10 days then Corey!

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