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Old 09-15-2011, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by SSedan64
The Dust shouldn't cause a problem, just make sure everything's "clean" when you are assembling, no grit that you can see or feel. You can use plastic, garbage bags etc.. to cover/rap parts. No Rags tho' the Lint from them can/will cause big problems. Blow everything off with compressed air before assembly.
Got it. Not so worried now.




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Originally Posted by SSedan64
May catch a Deal on Evilbay etc.. on a Uni Cam Bushing remover/installer tool. That's what I did, got one like above new for $70 shipped.
I found two on the local Craigslist:
snap-on bushing driver set (new) - $70 (oc).

Snap on bushing Driver set - $95 (costa mesa).

Any opinions?
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