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It sure is looking good.Interesting how one is a gold toned metal and the other is steel grey.
You are correct, I was informed that they were either cadmium or zinc plated. Don't know why I didn't think of that to start with. Part of my job is plating....About tht chain finish, the "gold" tone might just be cadmium plating, it's a relatively cheap anti-corrosion dip commonly used for steel parts.
I think that's right, anybody back that up?
If I'm not mistaken that is the First Corollary of the Standardized Wadsworth Theorem:Mount it, no pressure at all. Of course, initially I had it plumbed in reverse!
You really get the deck stacked with that card trick:
1) Grab a beer. Cry in it. Finish the beer.Looks like the upper rear main seal tried to come out the back. Oh well, what do you do?
1. Not a beer fan, but I'll cry in a jar of moonshine and take a few pulls from that.1) Grab a beer. Cry in it. Finish the beer.
2) Fill a tall glass with cool clear water.
3) Drink it down.
4) Roll up the sleeves, walk back into the garage, and go to work!
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