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#1 (permalink) Old 09-23-2004, 01:35 PM
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altho my used beamer engine is in great condition it does have some oil?? stainage on the top..i was just curious to if anyone has a solution or idea of how polish this off without actualy pulling it or just buying new pieces ...i tryed some all purpose metal polish/cleaner and it seemed to be working SLIghtly..but i think that may have just been wishfull thinking any help or comments are appreciated

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If the pieces are aluminum, they may have to pulled off and buffed/polished mechanically.

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Tried degreaser?

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nah actualy i havent..have you had this problem yourself? also what might i use to scrub it up? with just a light steel wool or something?

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