You'll have a tough time getting it out unless you are really good at grinding the welds off to disassemble them. We soaked them for days in parts cleaner and the powdercoating was still contaminated and did not adhere. We blast and paint the spindles, blast and powdercoat the arms.
I removed the grease zerk, hooked my parts cleaner pump to the port using some fitting and adapters from the hardware store, turned it on and then just kept rotating the spindle. Once I thought I had it all out of the 2 spindles, I changed the solvent in the cleaning tank and did it again. Once painted or powder coated, just re-install the zerk and shoot some new grease in.
I know that everyone is working on getting sleds ready for the upcoming season. So I think that we should have a place to share what we did. small or big. Pics are a great addition to what you did to you sled today.
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