Inexpensive Ultrasonic cleaner

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    With my stint as editor of the Sympo done, I got to read all the articles stem to stern and one of the engine articles by Ron Bennet spoke about using a Habor Freight Ultrasonic cleaner. I had used these before (an industrial style as well as another inexpensive version) and thought I would give the HF version a try, as it was about 30 bucks or so.

    I picked one up along with the soap solution and I am here to say that it does work! I have an OS Max 40 converted to a .36 for sports racing and it was a bit crudded up. I tore it apart and found alot of burnt castor in the bearing and other places. Mixed the solution and fired it up. After a few tries it got out 95% or better of the goop.

    Needless to say I am pleased with the results. If you want something to clean engines and possibly timers, give it a try. The model number is 03305….

    Timer Guy

    That is good to know,John. I bought one several years ago as a backup to my Panasonic cleaner and have not even taken it out of the box.

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