Rusty Helical Lsd


I have yet to see or hear someone run a surface rust lsd.   Naturally, there must be a reason.  Very very very little rust can be run with oil, but one should just not leave it if it can be helped.  In my case it can be so I will attempt to clean it with a simple power drill.

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This is what I saw when I opened the box from the shipper.

lsd 3

you can see where i started to sand off the rust.  It is the only section without any.

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lsd 6

lucky for me the stubs were not touched….well…hardly

lsd 1

Time to put some low-budget tools to work

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Posted on February 6, 2013, in Perpetual 350z, Tech Pages, With videos and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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