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WD45 aircleaner stack

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Hossman

04-26-2008 13:50:14




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Does anyone have any good suggestions on how to clean the dang element in the aircleaner stack on the ol wd45? I really dont want to cut the retainer out to access the thing but dont see to many other options. Thanks alot for any ideas, Hoss




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Hossman

04-27-2008 11:17:00




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 Re: WD45 aircleaner stack in reply to Hossman, 04-26-2008 13:50:14  
Fellas, Thanks alot for the ideas, guess i'll be soakin the ol gal for a while. again thanks, Hoss



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Will Herring

04-26-2008 22:22:44




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 Re: WD45 aircleaner stack in reply to Hossman, 04-26-2008 13:50:14  
Yeah, seems like the last time I cleaned mine, I just used some old gasoline. Though that was back before it was worth it's weight in gold. :(



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John (C-IL)

04-26-2008 18:43:11




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 Re: WD45 aircleaner stack in reply to Hossman, 04-26-2008 13:50:14  
I put mine in the parts washer, and like Old says just shake it out every once in a while. They clean out pretty easy. Set it up and let it drain.



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old

04-26-2008 17:05:16




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 Re: WD45 aircleaner stack in reply to Hossman, 04-26-2008 13:50:14  
My self I take the whole thing and set it in a bucket of gas. Let it soak a day or so and shake it about once and hour. I then take the gas and filter it real good and put it in the fuel tank and use it. Gas costs way to much now days to just let it go



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