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GL1000-1976-SCX-593P
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UltraSonic parts cleaning

Postby GL1000-1976-SCX-593P » Thu Oct 30, 2014 7:42 am



This is a question for any UK based GL owner, I am stripping 2 GL1000 engines to make 1 good one and the casings and Ally parts are really grimy I want to know if anyone knows of a UK base company that can Ultrasonically clean all these parts.
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redial
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Re: UltraSonic parts cleaning

Postby redial » Fri Oct 31, 2014 2:21 am

Not sure where you live, as even I know that the UK can be bigger than what us Southerners would think, but if you are Cambridgeshire, then you might consider this, and the URL takes you to their prices/estimates:

http://www.aquablast.uk.com/price-guide.html
Len in Kapunda

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Re: UltraSonic parts cleaning

Postby GL1000-1976-SCX-593P » Sun Nov 02, 2014 4:14 am

Thank You for that, once I get the motor all stripped down I will give them a Call, to be honest I think the Postage may cost more than the cleaning, the prices seem reasonable, I was just pondering if I should buy my own but the Crank cases are approx 400 x 300 x 200 so would need a £750.00 type for them.
Regards John (Lancashire).

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Re: UltraSonic parts cleaning

Postby redial » Sun Nov 02, 2014 11:17 pm

On my map of the world, it is only about a 3mm distance between Cambridgeshire and Lancashire, so a quick afternoon's ride/drive should see you there. That may be cheaper than postage. Also, think about couriers/carriers in your area, as they may have vehicles traveling through that way all the time.

To assist, it might be helpful to put in Lancs UK in your profile, as that will distinguish yourself from the Devonians and the Cornwellians, as well as those from Belfast and Inverness.


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