1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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Unless that set of gears was cleaned in an atomic-grade pressure sterilizer, it's gonna leave a mark and stink like old gear oil does.
Nope, that man was playing with fire. I admire his boldness though.
Slowly reassembling a basket case 1951 F2 pickup. Take a look at my album in my profile to see how it's coming along.
I threw the test of tests at my girl before we got married in Nov. I have hung hubcaps and welder parts everywhere in the house.Although I don't think it will fly when we move to the other house.
There was a local guy with a transmission (dirty one) sitting inside his doorway when I was a kid.I remember it helped him get divorced.
No, no, no. You guys have got it all wrong! The divorce has been finalized and he's living in the room he grew up, just down the hall from mommy now!
But honestly, I have used Kaboom on a variety of greased household surfaces (doors, faucet handles, floor, refrigerator handles) and it freaking WORKS! No scrubbing for this little lady! Just a little spritz, wait a second or two, and wipe clean.
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