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P38A Help ??????

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  1. pete12345

    pete12345 Well-Known Member

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    Yer them ones at island will see me out so they will do
     
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    Can anybody tell me if the cv refurb kits including the bearings are ok and do you need the old bearings pressed out and new pressed in
     
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    No it’s ok mark I was looking at wrong item thanks anyway
     
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    No problemo !! :)
     
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    Don’t panic I’m sure I be back on soon when the nxt problem occurs which I’m sure won’t be long
     
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    Not done a lot pulled ligaments in my arm falling off a bar on the hub nut nearside but bit better
    now just cleaned offside can I re spray it with hamerite black to keep rust down a bit
     

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    Paint will keep the rust at bay.

    Usually best give a coat (or 2) of that rust curer tipex-ey stuff first then few coats of protection.
     
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    Thanks will try and find out what tipexy stuff is
     
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    This stuff - is white, goes blue, then black

    92DFC0CD-7347-4936-BFBC-FAAB18FD29FC.jpeg
     
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    Andtake the clip off the top (secured with an 8mm head setscrew, it rusts badly under there
     
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    Cheers will order some of that and do the screw on top
     
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    NIce clean-up job Pete. IMHO you can just apply the hammerite to that directly, you have a decent key, and it looks degreased.
     
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    That's an expensive way of buying Phosphoric acid:rolleyes:
     
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    What’s the cheap way?
     
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    Just buy a bottle of Phosphoric acid, available in supermarkets over here, can also be bought on line I think.
     
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    A quick look £20 for 5l Phosphoric acid on amazon.
     
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    Half a litre will cover most needs, I buy 250ml bottles.
     
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    You don’t need a lot it goes pretty far
     
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    Got one of the four hub bolts stuck fast it's a 15 mill that's been rounded off so heated up and banged on a a/f size a 14mm wouldn't go on it I've sprayed it with release lube will leave it overnight any more suggestions as to getting poxy thing out much appreciated
     
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