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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-08-2010, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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So I got a black engine, and the fin edges are silver. Anyone know what they are made of and what would be a good way to shine the fin edges? I didn't wanna hit them up with sandpaper if they are iron or screw them up...
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So I got a black engine, and the fin edges are silver. Anyone know what they are made of and what would be a good way to shine the fin edges? I didn't wanna hit them up with sandpaper if they are iron or screw them up...
get your dremmel and some wading polish and have some fun, o ya a case of beer too
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get your dremmel and some wading polish and have some fun, o ya a case of beer too
Drinking and power tools imo would not be a good choice.
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I don't drink so it's a moot point. But the first part was of tremendous help!

Also, not sure if a Dremel counts as a "power tool". hehehe

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I don't drink so it's a moot point. But the first part was of tremendous help!

Also, not sure if a Dremel counts as a "power tool". hehehe
Just looking out for you. Sometimes the smallest of tools will bite you.Alot of rpm on those dremel's
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Just looking out for you. Sometimes the smallest of tools will bite you.Alot of rpm on those dremel's
I hear ya freeze...I seem to drill my hand on a daily basis at work,when using a dremel tool with a round cutter.
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I knwo I've used Masters Formula and that works GREAT. Its a metal polish.
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