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Tough to draw the line in the sand isn't it? Clean it up, evaporust the rust off and flat clear the bare spots, it will look much better.
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All 6 bushings have Chevrolet on one side with the part numbers on the reverse side 180 degrees opposite.
The bushing thing got me curious so I went out and checked mine. Here's the pics of mine. Interesting that the part number is on the bushing twice, one large font, one small font. That ones a head scratcher
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Never noticed that? I haven't looked too closely at them yet, nor have I looked at both sides but I am sure I will now. It's freezing a$$ cold up here this week and I have some business matters that are also calling for my attention. Never enough time in a day. lol
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Tough to draw the line in the sand isn't it? Clean it up, evaporust the rust off and flat clear the bare spots, it will look much better.

*Personal preference and opinion*


No to flat clear!!! RPM or Rust Veto by Cosmoline on bare parts.
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*Personal preference and opinion*

No to flat clear!!! RPM or Rust Veto by Cosmoline on bare parts.
I like the idea of those suggestions Darrell. Was also looking at Boeshield T9

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Developed this formula for long term protection of aircraft components. Penetrates to fasteners and fixtures, where it displaces moisture, and will even loosen rusted parts. Boeing recommends it for fuselage, wing, and tail structures, engines and cowlings, landing gear and gear wells, control linkages, and avionics. Dries to a clean waxy film. Lubricates and protects all metals for months. Safe on most paints, plastics & vinyls.
I will need to compare the choices and take the less is more approach to whatever leaves the cleanest finish. I don't mind the bare metal parts having wax-like protection on them, but don't want it too thick. Planning to coat the rear springs, front steering components, and the calipers once cleaned up.
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Withdrawal has set in. 10 days and no updates! Weather and business are not suitable excuses! In the hospital? Too much Crown royal?

What up GW?

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bahaha

Seriously...it was freakin cold (-38) here last week until the arctic deep freeze finally moved out. I was also busy doing year end books for the business and was building a new customer service counter in the front of our shop.

How do you like the steel counter tops we finished today...

Should be back onto the car sometime next week.



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