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Old December 28th 04, 07:32 AM
kwa_zulu
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H
I bought a high pressure water cleaner and find it great to clean
chain and gears, no more chemicals to use but you must remember to dr
your chain and oil it well after. Take a look at this...

P.s That isn't rust but the light reflecting



[image: http://members.optushome.com.au/msda_darts/25.JPG

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Old December 28th 04, 12:37 PM
M Bison
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"kwa_zulu" wrote in message
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Hi
I bought a high pressure water cleaner and find it great to clean a
chain and gears, no more chemicals to use but you must remember to dry
your chain and oil it well after. Take a look at this....

P.s That isn't rust but the light reflecting.





[image: http://members.optushome.com.au/msda_darts/25.JPG]


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meh, i'll think i'll just stick to a $2 bottle of kerosene and a
scrubing/tooth brush.


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Old December 29th 04, 03:20 AM
kim
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kwa_zulu wrote:
Hi
I bought a high pressure water cleaner and find it great to clean a
chain and gears, no more chemicals to use but you must remember to dry
your chain and oil it well after. Take a look at this....

P.s That isn't rust but the light reflecting.





[image: http://members.optushome.com.au/msda_darts/25.JPG]


looking at this photo (i'm assuming this is a MTB) are the calipers on
the rear floating?

and what is the pad material made from?

cheers,

Kim
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Old December 29th 04, 03:48 AM
Marx SS
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wow, how does high pressure water remove oil & grease from th
cassette?

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Old January 4th 05, 11:36 PM
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kwa_zulu Wrote:
Hi
I bought a high pressure water cleaner and find it great to clean a
chain and gears, no more chemicals to use but you must remember to dry
your chain and oil it well after. Take a look at this....

P.s That isn't rust but the light reflecting.





[image: http://members.optushome.com.au/msda_darts/25.JPG]



WOW!!!! I think it even does a better job than lubricating with
Vegetable Oil and allowing the RATS to LICK it clean while you sleep
.........byfred


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