Originally Posted by Ryan1126
sorry guys if i wasnt clear enough. But im not doing the actually recone i dont have the tools to do it, but a friend is doing it for fairly cheap so im just cleaning up the baskets for him so they are ready rock for him so he doesnt have to mess with that.
i wanna know stuff like:
What tools will i need? angle grinder? if so what grit paper do i use? should i remove the basket from the motor before doing so to ensure not getting any debris down in the motor? is it okay to use the angle grinder on the spider landing also? is it bad of the paint comes off if i sand too deep?
angle grinder is MUCH to agressive..
cast baskets are a pretty soft metal..
i use a cordless drill and a wire brush attachment and thats IT..
taking too much material off too fast messes up spider and surround landings
ALWAYS make sure that motor gao is taped up like a mofo before starting anything
and the goal is to get to bare metal ( NO surround/spider material left) BUT not too deep that you gouge the landings
a wire brush on a drill ELIMINATES taking too much material off etc..
and a wire brush attachment costs 4bux at harbor freight
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