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Re: Removing Old Tracker Bar Tubing
By John A. Tuttle

Although it may not be the safest way to handle the situation, I've found that troublesome tracker bar tubing is easily removed by soaking the bar in gasoline for three or four days, then attacking it with a wire brush. For safety I leave the pan outside covered by a piece of sheet metal.

John Tuttle

(Message sent Sat 14 Dec 1996, 13:19:37 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  Bar, Old, Removing, Tracker, Tubing

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