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50 years old and just as good as new!!!
The little wins in life! I love this hobby! Always have enjoyed taking what people see as junk or old and transforming it!
Yes they have baffles to them. Steel wool inside.
Not if it's oil covered and getting gunkier by the month, it won't. Steel wool isn't really the proper term here, it should be. "A steel wool type material" would be better!
How about a metal scouring pad material. Doesn't matter, he has it all cleaned up and stated he only sees a baffle inside.
You want to play games with semantics? Go right ahead, I'm out!
Not semantics, SS scouring pads... Steel wool...
@kryslerkid picture # 1 is exactly what I'm talking about. Picture # 2 will rust in damp air. Picture #1 you can take directly out of water and it will never rust.
All I saw was the baffle but could there be some form of scouring that is stainless not sure as I can’t get in there. The solvents I used are greatly dampened (slow to move) when I pour it out. This could mean some scouring material is packed in there. All that just to keep the motor from burping out oil? Shouldn’t the airflow be coming in and going out the pcv on the other side?
Outa where? Is there really any place to go?
Soak it in Kerosene