low-side wrote:I'd carve most of the rubber off of those intake runners with a knife and remove the rest with the brass brush on my bench grinder myself.
pidjones wrote:>Ps: what is everyone using for polishing? I would like a finish thats not too shiny.<
I use sequential grades of silicon carbide paper under a lightly running water tap. And lots of elbow grease. For more polish, rouge and the buffing wheel in my drill press. Hope the spokes have not thinned too much. It is a heavy bike.
pidjones wrote:Needle nose for the driveshaft? You need straight external circlip pliers to remove the circlip from the slip joint end. Then it should slide right out. There is a grease seal in the end surrounding the slip joint. Use care with it as they are unobtainium.
pidjones wrote: There is a grease seal in the end surrounding the slip joint. Use care with it as they are unobtainium.
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