Author Topic: 1897 K10 - No hazards, but blinkers work  (Read 2063 times)

Offline Geezer77GMC

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Re: 1897 K10 - No hazards, but blinkers work
« Reply #15 on: September 16, 2022, 04:24:03 PM »
I service and repair antique clocks. The amoniated clock cleaner I use works wonders on brass & copper items. I've soaked bulkhead connectors and fuse blocks in it to remove corrosion & grime, it comes concentrated, dilute 10:1 with water and use fresh water to rinse it off. It also works on lots of other parts.

Offline JohnnyPopper

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Re: 1897 K10 - No hazards, but blinkers work
« Reply #16 on: October 02, 2022, 10:38:27 AM »
Glad you're making progress!

BTW I didn't think they had flashers in 1897, I thought you just got out and started waving your arms... ;D
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1973 C-20, 3+3 454 4BBL TH400  Water Injection
1978 K-10, 350 4BBL TH350 NP203 M.M. Part time Kit/Hubs
1980 C-10 under construction

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Re: 1897 K10 - No hazards, but blinkers work
« Reply #17 on: November 30, 2022, 02:48:07 AM »
OK the crack about 1800's was not called for... ::)

Geezer, what is the amoniated cleaner you use? Sounds like a product I use called "Pre-clean". It is caustic but cleans off stuff that you can't imagine.

The challenge with this stuff is you have neutralize it, or it keeps on eating away... :(
1957 Apache 3100 235 Inline 6, 3 on the tree
1973 C-20, 3+3 454 4BBL TH400  Water Injection
1978 K-10, 350 4BBL TH350 NP203 M.M. Part time Kit/Hubs
1980 C-10 under construction