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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Mills crankcase
Mills crankcase
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20th Sep 2018 00:04  
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Colin May I suggest that you cover up that Mills c/case. It will oxidise and the oxide won't protect it from water especially salt water.A crinkle/crackle finish or Hammerite smooth( or hammered if you prefer ) would suit.👍
When are you going to tell me what the proportions of diesel to Methanol were?👍. Approximately will do please!