|Corrodead [?] Campy||JaeP|
Oct 30, 2002 5:02 PM
A friend just gave me a corroded 36hole hi-flange 5 speed Campy Record rear hub (minus the skewer). My question is, how do I go about removing the crud and polish this up? The San Diego Velocrome swap meet is this Sunday and I bet I can get some nice dough for this thing!
The one thing I've learned from last years swap meet is this: Campy sells!
|re: Corrodead [?] Campy||Lactate Junkie|
Nov 1, 2002 9:29 AM
|Use Neverdull. If it is really corroded, use some 600 wet or dry sandpaper to polish off the bad stuff and then use the neverdull to shine it up.
5-speed, 36h, high flange. Off to the swap meet, some people will buy anything.
|Simichrome (avail. at motorcyle shops) (nm)||Kerry|
Nov 1, 2002 3:59 PM
|Simichrome (avail. at motorcyle shops) (nm)||kestrel guy|
Nov 6, 2002 4:59 AM
|Mother's Mag and ALuminum polish.
I use it all of the time and it works great. About 4 usd at an auto parts store. Red can, white lid.