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Brettny
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# Posted: 24 Feb 2022 14:50
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Quoting: gcrank1
low hour Kawasaki 'construction' type with a rotted out gas tank I got free. Im thinking about getting the LP universal kit for it. It would certainly solve my continual rust in the petcock, sed-bowl and carb. It would run real big stuff like radial arm or table saw, etc. that the little one cant surge enough for.

I got a briggs generator that was in really good shape for $50 due to rust in the tank. I used electrolysis to clean it. It's been great since. Before that I put a piece of chain in there on a string and shook it around real well.

gcrank1
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# Posted: 24 Feb 2022 16:46
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I guess I should look into that electrolysis thing first to use what I have.
Thanx Brett

Brettny
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# Posted: 24 Feb 2022 19:17
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Quoting: gcrank1
guess I should look into that electrolysis thing first to use what I have.
Thanx Brett

Transformer based battery charger, pool PH chemical (cant remember if its plus or minus) and a few scrap pieces of metal. It's very quite easy and cheap.

gcrank1
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# Posted: 24 Feb 2022 22:37
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I can do that, got it all except the pool-chem; can maybe buy it at Walmart?

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