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Old 06-26-2006, 06:32 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by LiveInTheOutdoors
Thanks Pyndon! Because I am in SAfrica and we get slightly different products, is Scotchbrite the "steel goldilocks" used in the kitchen to scrape the bottom of pots etc?

Isnt that helluva abrasive and wont it leave scoring on the swingarm? Thats why I wondered what you are using

I post this link so that you can point out to me what youa re talking about.

Thanks a ton lads. This site is the dogs bollocks. Actually, more.

ScotchBrite comes in a number of abrasive gradients. Brick Red and Black are pretty heavy duty, Wouldn't use them on Aluminum. Green is medium I think, and White is pretty tame.
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