> In a message dated 11/10/00 11:03:16 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> Bikerdaver@aol.com writes:
> << I was under the impression that the
> liquid latex that they use on tire sidewalls also works to some degree with
> dryed-out gum hoods. >>
> I experimented with a new batch of liquid latex on some dried up and
> crumbling Galli hoods after we discussed this last time..
> The result was a kinda of an odd but not altogether bad amber colored
> gelatinous finish. Problem is it is not durable at all and might be OK for
> rare use and mostly display only.
> Still searching for a real curative for aging gum brake hood covers.........
> Dale Brown
I put my old hoods under a pyramid I made out of Robergel spokes and after a few weeks the hoods look like the day they were popped out of the mold in Vincenza. Try it (it also works on old Gillett razors ;)
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, California This morning in L.A. looks like the first day the earth was created!