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I never was impressed with PB Blaster. Didn't work all that well and stinks. For the last 10 years or so, I've been a big proponent of Kroil for loosening rusted nuts and bolts.

About 2 months ago, a mechanic friend of mine turned me onto a product from BG. It's called "in force". After testing it on all kinds of rusted stuff, it even puts Kroil to shame. I grin everytime I get to use it...it's that good. Even loosened up an exhaust pipe on a 12hp Kohler!

This stuff isn't just the cat's meow,  it's the whole dang cat AND her kittens!

Check it out:

https://www.bgprod.com/catalog/specialty/bg-in-force/

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Thanks for the info Paul. When I get back to working on the horses again, I will try it.

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Paul,

    I would like to give it a try.Where can you get this stuff from?JAinVa

JimAnderson

Gloucester,Va

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:thanks:   Found it on :techie-ebay: for $ 17, if it is that good it will be a bargain.

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Thanks, definitely going to have to get some and give it a go when I begin to disassemble my D-180 to part out.

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Odd as it sounds water,yes plain water works well to free rusty parts.I first heard this on another website and thought it was a joke.That is until I tried it.It works.JAinVA

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4 hours ago, JAinVA said:

Paul,

    I would like to give it a try.Where can you get this stuff from?JAinVa

JimAnderson

Gloucester,Va

jim...i can get that stuff......bring it to the BIG SHOW ........just let me know...

 

 

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Thanks for the tip. Like everyone else, where is it sold other than EBay?

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Amazon carries it too. Kind of expensive but a little goes a long way. Definitely worth it.

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Howard,

    Thanks for the offer but I think I will get some off E-bay.JAinVa

JimAnderson

Gloucester,Va

 

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i know that this is an old thread, but just wondered if you guys would be interested in a group buy. Someone passing through Ohio on I-70 could swing by my house on the way to PA.

 

BTW, i tried the stuff on aluminum blade spindles. I put it on and forgot about it for 3 months. They came off without damage.I could not believe it

 

 A distributor lives close by, and he would get a good price of about ten bucks each for a case of 12. I have tried them all, including kroil, and this stuff is awesome as it sticks on and does not dry up. I probably want at least 5 of them.  I would be afraid that the propellant might go away before the product got used if i bought a whole case

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