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Old 04-15-2010, 10:13 AM
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buy a case of PB Blaster.. NOT wd-40
Whats the diference ,Jim? i know guys that use PB but I always went with WD,no reason,is it a lot better?

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Check out my journal. I am doing a 41 two door sedan. Lot's of rust repair photos.

Then, start your own journal. The PJ's need two 41 Chebbie journals.

I will answer the question now. The reasons for the last entry being in November. First, we had a cold, wet winter. No heat, so no work. When it finally did get to the point where I could get out there, I went to step over a box and almost made it. Broke my ankle. Should get off the crutches today, but will have to wear the boot for another month. Don't think I will be welding with all this foam and Velcro on my right leg! I will probably start wiring the dash soon.

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Whats the diference ,Jim? i know guys that use PB but I always went with WD,no reason,is it a lot better?
lots better.. it'll eat rust
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