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« Reply #15 on: November 21, 2017, 07:57:03 AM »

Well, took the simplest route to a solution (so to speak)......took new washer back to store, and will use old tank as a workstation, fully equipped with lots of brushes, and a little basin of solvent in which to dip the brushes.    Did that for the years prior to getting the washer.
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Past:  '82 Suzuki GS400E; '82 Suzuki GS750E; '81 Yamaha Virago 750; '82 Suzuki GS650GL; '77 Yamaha DT250; '80 GS 850; '78 XS400 various parts/project bikes
Present: '86 Kawasaki ZG1000 (Collector Plate); '75 Honda XL250 (Collector Plate); ; '73 Triumph TR5T (Vintage Plate); '04 Wee-Strom
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