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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    I showed the bleeder to a friend of mine who has a '77 pickup....he wants to use it to bleed his brakes.

    I cleaned the shields with Eagle One etching mag cleaner, but they're kinda "streaky" and I ran out of cleaner, so I can't say for sure it's the best solution. I think it has the potential to work well, but I believe it needs to be worked a bit with a cloth and close supervision (I let it sit too long I think.) After cleaning, I wiped them with Fluid Film.
    Have you tried Eagle One on things like valve covers? How well does it work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drive Stainless View Post
    Have you tried Eagle One on things like valve covers? How well does it work?
    I used it on my valve covers, but I wasn't completely "wowed" by it....I'd rate it as "pretty good."

    I used a few rounds of Simple Green & Eagle One on the covers worked it with a small nylon brush:

    IMG_3490.jpg
    Restoration of VIN 4728 in progress...

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    Guy with a DeLorean Mark D's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    I showed the bleeder to a friend of mine who has a '77 pickup....he wants to use it to bleed his brakes.

    I cleaned the shields with Eagle One etching mag cleaner, but they're kinda "streaky" and I ran out of cleaner, so I can't say for sure it's the best solution. I think it has the potential to work well, but I believe it needs to be worked a bit with a cloth and close supervision (I let it sit too long I think.) After cleaning, I wiped them with Fluid Film.

    Cool thanks for the info. I'll have to get some Eagle One and try it out.

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    Tonight I installed DPI Josh's visor mount brackets, then sanded my rear fascia for a while...

    IMG_4021.jpg

    The brackets are nice!
    Restoration of VIN 4728 in progress...

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    Nice, I got all my visor screws out except one when I removed the visors....1 snapped lol. I'll deal with that after the car runs lol

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    Nice. Got pics of the rear fascia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    I used it on my valve covers, but I wasn't completely "wowed" by it....I'd rate it as "pretty good."

    I used a few rounds of Simple Green & Eagle One on the covers worked it with a small nylon brush:

    IMG_3490.jpg
    I agree that's pretty good!
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    Mirror switch rebuilding service w/ new springs & ball bearings - $49.50
    HEI Performance Ignition Module (Exchange) - $149.99
    Aluminum welding services also!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lwanmtr View Post
    Nice. Got pics of the rear fascia?
    I'll get some tomorrow.

    I got the SEM paint you used, the color [on the cap] looks nice!
    Restoration of VIN 4728 in progress...

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    Yeah, I think it looks nice against the stainless too...I did like 3 or 4 coats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    I'll get some tomorrow.
    Got sidetracked....Ill try for some pics this week.



    Full-speed ahead on the interior:

    I removed & cleaned most of the vinyl pieces, prepping for dye.

    My window motors work, but I'd like to service what I can so they continue to function....any suggestions?
    Restoration of VIN 4728 in progress...

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