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Re: rusty bolts

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05-08-2003 23:30:01

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Hands down.... PB Blaster is first choice.

For the ones that bust anyway, Kroil is the penetratingest stuff ever.

I have about 4 cans of PB around the shop and one can of Kroil. I use them all. Be sure to let the rusted up bolts soak a while before busting them loose. PB has a catylist that eats the rust but it takes a little time.

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05-09-2003 05:26:59

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 Re: Re: rusty bolts in reply to Tyler(WA), 05-08-2003 23:30:01  
i always said a tractor resto can not be accomplished without a heating torch.

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05-10-2003 05:11:44

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 Re: Re: Re: rusty bolts in reply to rudy, 05-09-2003 05:26:59  
Back in the late 50s my Dad and I restored a WD that had been thru a barn fire and left outside for a few years. We didn't have a gas torch but we had a "carbon arc" torch which works pretty good on frozen nuts; just set carbons one on each side of a nut and pretty soon it's red hot. I'll never forget the "sweet" smell of "Liquid-Wrench", though!! Nowadays, I like Kroil but it seems that PB Blaster works as well and is cheaper.

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