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01-10-2019, 10:22 PM

I have tried cleaning one like that myself and nothing seemed to work, the pits are too deep and the material literally seems to suck the dirt deep in it. The weird thing is that not all 314'3 shafts have had ferrules like this that can't be cleaned even though they are the same lbm type material. The good ones have a lot less pitting in them and have cleaned up like any other material would.

I ended up changing the ferrule to Tomahawk on the shaft that I couldn't clean properly to make it stay clean. I can't stand dirty ferrules either


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