I think I should get one also.
- If you're able to attach mine to a Petri wheel and hub, that'd be best case scenario. (Haha!)
(Marcos and I are fairly close proximity, so maybe ship ours together?)
I do not have a Petri wheel but am on the hunt currently ,,, please let me know if anone has a...
I’m after these same pieces. If Chuck passes, or if there’s another set available I’d love to get a set.
Condition decent or better, I have no rears and my fronts are just decent.
Thanks in advance!
the hex 'socket' and the rod are separate pieces. the rod is intended to spin freely in the socket with it's slightly tapered section and the sockets appear to have had some old factory adhesive to help keep em in the plastic’s hole, and that had deteriorated on a few of mine too. Once they...
The metal hex pieces are still embedded into mine. I built-up a layer of Steve-o's Secret Sauce at the top a bit to better secure it so they’re now a tad more rounded at the hole. The original rods fit and work perfectly.
The results of my resto thus far. I’ll try to find the before pics, but trust me, totally cracked and actually missing some small pieces.
I also used a dremel to carve the screw holes on a couple. A little light bondo was used with some primer to get a nice surface. A few krylon for plastic...
Not sure of the physics involved but Steve-o's Secret Sauce creates a very hard plastic-like filler/binder. I primed the pieces with thinner on a q-tip. I then moistened the broken pieces with water and dipped/coated the edges in soda and injected the cyanoacrylate glue. Didn't try to do the...
I've just finished rebuilding my old busted into pieces visor pivots using lacquer thinner as a primer and then Steve-o's Secret Sauce (water, baking soda, and super glue) as my bonding agent. Works amazingly well and after filing, sanding and paint they are looking great to me.