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Old 03-29-21, 07:02 PM
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Prices have really gone up, with penetrant and developer which you have to have your in it for $30. You do not need a cleaner for your hub just be sure it is spotless with a hydrocarbon cleaner. In the old days we clean the parts and applied kerosene allowing it some time to soak into a crack and surface dry and then paint with whitewash (mix of hydrated lime, a little salt and water, the kind at Home Depot that masons use, not garden line the dolomite stuff), If there were any cracks, the kerosene in the cracks wicks up discoloring the white wash.
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