On 10/4/01 1:59 PM, Anthony Bowyer at email@example.com wrote:
> Those of you who rebuild your own rotors, do you
>paint the base of the brake housing, the part that
>mount on a plate or has the lower mast support
I didn't see any need to paint mine.
I once had an AR22 that had seen far, far too many years outdoors. I
sandblasted it, and it looked good as new for 8 years when I sold it.
On my Ham-M did separate the aluminum housing from the galvanized steel
rotator shelf with stainless washers. It also forms a small gap which
allows air to circulate and avoid water to pool and corrode both the
shelf and the housing.
I used stainless 1/4" bolts as well.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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