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Wasn't 99p but it was cheap enough to allow me to call this an "interesting excercise"
I got a load of those exhausts in various states of decay if you want any more "interesting exercises".
I wouldn't dream of charging you 99p for them either!
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Hahah thank you very much Franc.
I want to atleast get it on for a few miles to see what an oem exhaust is like. My gazelle exhaust is ugly and I don't like it.
Going to weld it at the weekend. Another bit of an interesting exercise.. however so far I'm really impressed with the aqua-steel
Thanks for the tips on krust. Hopefully it works in the same way for the bits on my frame..
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Have used similar products on many restorations in the past , cars and motorcycles ,seems to keep the crusty rusty stuff away for some time and slow it's progress down , I personally hate rust on my bikes ,
So always worth a try ,good luck.
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Have a word with P.I.Staker, I just saw a post about refurbishing these.
Once one part rusts through probably means more is close to disappearing. I had one patched up a couple of years ago, with new sheet steel welded where it has rusted through. Tends to go where the condensation can gather.
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