- Apr 25, 2009
Some places are using ultrasonic to deal with water jackets.
They have one for transmissions @ the ford dealership my buddy works at. I guess it just uses the 'parts tank' cleaning solutions that are environmentally friendly.I've seen them on TV. I haven't seen one in person yet, though to be fair, I haven't had any machine work done in years.
I know about a million years ago, some of the shops used a jet-spray washer for aluminum (think VW and motorcycle) parts. Here in OKC area, can't even really find a shop that is interested in our kind of stuffA lot of places have gone to high pressure water wash cabinets. Then you have to pressure wash though the oil passages.
Yeah we couldn’t put aluminum in the hot tank. It could only get cleaned in the safety kleen parts washer.I know about a million years ago, some of the shops used a jet-spray washer for aluminum (think VW and motorcycle) parts. Here in OKC area, can't even really find a shop that is interested in our kind of stuff
shittus interruptus? I'm not familiar with that Latin. could you conjugate it please?Before you bag it, drench it thoroughly with something like Fluid Film, or Honey Goo, a heavy, thick, gooey lubricant that sticks to S***. Get it into every crack and crevice, and then use a couple of Orange Glad Leaf and Litter bags and two bag it. Why? Because Life and Murphy have a way of buggering the best laid plans of mice and men and having to deal with Sh*ttus Interruptus can easily kick the as planned time frame or schedule out beyond credible to incredibly lousy.
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