I put myself through college by working summers at an industrial painting shop that was owned and staffed by SERIOUS alcoholics. That lug lining looks like the kind of work they did before the morning's first drink. By lunchtime, though, the hands were steady once again...
Obligatory on-topic content: I "rebuilt" several Sturmey Archer 3-speed hubs by leaving them completely assembled in the shop's vapor degreaser all day. Damn, I wish vapor degreasers were still legal to operate.
Dave Clementson Palo Alto, CA
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> Marcus Helman wrote:
> > Tom S. warned me that it always looks like death when an amateur tries
> > Is it possible to do a good job in the basement with model paint?
> You mean like this?
> Chuck Schmidt
> South Pasadena, Southern California