bvsprite at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 5 11:08:55 MDT 2008
I used Waxoil quite extensively on my bugeye restoration. I didn't want to drill any extra holes, but was easily able to get it in the A-posts in front of the doors via most of the existin screw holes. I had also thought of drilling a 'water drain hole' at the bottom, and plug it with a rubber plug, so that it could be checked and drained periodically, but I still havent done it.
Warning - Be careful, if you ever need to weld in an area that was Waxoil'd. The stuff can catch fire and burn like a candle inside 'hidden' frame areas. I had this happen on an IH scout, when I was doing some welding on rocker panels that had been treated on the inside.
76 Intl Scout
--- On Fri, 9/5/08, Michael Rowe <mdrowe at optonline.net> wrote:
From: Michael Rowe <mdrowe at optonline.net>
Subject: [Spridgets] Waxoil
To: "Spridgets List" <spridgets at autox.team.net>
Date: Friday, September 5, 2008, 7:02 AM
Why do I not find references to putting Waxoil into A-posts from the inside?
There is an existing hole for the door buzzer wiring that appears to go to
the interior, and I have some "nonexistant" holes carefully painted
the DPO. It would not be hard to put in a hole specifically for this
purpose and seal it with a rubber plug or even duck tape.
Long Island, NY
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