Discussion in 'Ranchero Tech Help' started by CJ Guy, Aug 4, 2009.
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Just bringing this up again
You welded something after using brake cleaner again, didn't you?
No not me.....
Something else to watch is cutting oils in the shop. If you are making smoke drilling, milling or on the lathe, keep your nose
out of it. Possibly carcinogenic.
I know this post is a few month old But
I just used a half a can of brake cleaner to clean the backing plates on my 64 wildcat front drums two night ago, i tried to remove the three bolt/nuts that attaches to the spindle unsuccessfully so penetrating PB blaster was aplied, no luck with a big hammer, my next option was my torch..
I was waiting to see if the pb blaster will finally work first..
In the meantime im reading this post and wow, Im sure glad i did. Now ill go look at ingredients.
Seem to me that last year when i was rebuilding my 31 rear bango i used multiple sprays to loosen the drums on a donner rear end. One side had to be torch heated cherry red with puller to remove. Hell i haven't been the same since.
Almost made this mistake a couple months ago. I was sold Chlorinated brake parts cleaner and told it was non-chlorinated. got it home and started looking at the label. It contains Chlorine. Be careful of this especially with Generic Brake parts cleaner.
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