I don't think acetone is that bad for you. I don't think it would be much more than alcohol. I use to hand lay cowlings and hoppers for crop dusters and built seats, RC boats and 18 and 20 foot jet boats. You got your hands wet with resin, there is only one way to really get it off. So we used to wash our hands in it. I can tell you this. I never had a cut get infected the whole time I worked there.
You are right. Seems they make some variances. From an MSDS: Oatey Purple Primer: Acetone, Cyclohexanone, Tetrahydrofuran, Methyl ethyl ketone Oatey Clear Cleaner: Acetone, Cyclohexanone Oatey Purple Primer/Cleaner: Acetone, Cyclohexanone I have run out of cleaner before though, and poured some straight acetone in the cleaner can and it worked just fine. Yea, that MEK is pretty stout.
May I ask where you got the new motor mounts? I had my cut at a local rubber shop, after a few hours in the engine they got a little slack in them, so I when back and had some thinner rubber to tighten them up. I would like to have some higher quality mounts. Thanks!
I had to do the same with mine. Flushed the fuel tanks and radiator. Replaced all fuel lines, primer, carb kits, fuel pump kit. new oil lines from the oil pump. The old water drains leaked, so I replaced all of them. Plus new gaskets on the fuel tank fill caps. New thermostat and new coolant. Rebuild the master cylinders and calipers. New rubber motor mounts. Gear drive oil looked great and smelled like it should. All the instrument panel rubbers were rotten, so I replaced those too (and what a PITA!!!). Then I had to replace the hub on my warp drive because the PO hadn't clearance it right and it rubbed a grove in the hub. So I got a new spinner as well. After I got it running, I hooked it up to my truck with a couple tow straps and let it run at 75% for 45 min to an hour. Now it has been down for a year, so when I get it back going, I am planning on looking everything over really well and running it on the strap again just to be sure. Good luck!
Maybe so Ed. My wells pull from the sand veins from the Mississippi River. You can tell the well performance increases when the river his high. Some of the wells that are closer to the river will run water even with the well off!
I try to not run bandwidth up. I was doing what they call "third party hosting" with my photos. In other words the pictures I posted here are now defunct. Just an FYI if anyone is using it. I will be deleting my account. They want me to pay $400 a year to host my photos.. HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
I had to go look, seems there are still there. http://www.diabgroup.com/en-GB/Products-and-services/Core-Material/Divinycell-H Aircraft Spruce has it too: http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/cmpages/divinycellfoam.php
Progress. I found a local machine shop (50 miles away) and with in 15 minutes he had me fixed up, once I conveyed what I wanted. He has a CNC plasma torch table. He cut out of 1/4" plate the spring locators. I also have him cutting the slots and drilling the holes. To further explain why I wanted it light, I told him it was for an airplane. Most people balk! He didn't flinch... Next week I will be putting it together. Lord knows I am ready!!!
Divinycell, klegecell, and ... dammit... I can't remember the other. They are used as structural foam. Once you build a fiberglass box around it, it is bullet proof and very light. Cheap, not so much. You could encapsulate wood. It should be fine.