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  • Just wanted to say thank you for posting the advice on seized diff plugs. I was really struggling with the filler plug, then gave your 50:50 acetone/oil a go. I didn't hold out much hope but gave them a soaking and the next day it worked a treat. The drain plug looked really seized, but with a bit of a squeeze on a breaker bar even that loosened. Thanks!
    Funny isn't it - they spend their lives with one end in oil - and still they get stuck.
    Richard, Hi.

    Haven't been on here for a while - did you sort yourself out?

    Got an acquaintance who gets it for me, and will ask for some more for myself. Let me know if you still need some.

    I was just looking for phosphoric acid in the area and I saw your
    post mentioning you had some. I wondered where you got it.
    I used to buy small bottles, to clean the rust from bike petrol tanks, from the
    Brockham chemist, but the people who own it now just count pills.
    I want it to polish some vintage bike crankcases, they are lovely and
    clean but a nasty blusih brown, and I think a dunk in Ph' acid will make
    them shine.
    cheers richard
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