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Removing Old Rubber From Tracker Bar
By Nigel Perry

Just use a small soldering iron.  Place the tip in the end of the
little tubes and leave for 10 seconds.  Then the rubber remnant
will slip off cleanly.

The tracker bar acts a huge heat sink and therefore the nipple will
not become unsoldered.

Good luck
Nigel Perry


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

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