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Remaining anodizing was removed in the media cabinet and then the whole top side of each piston housing was evened out. From there they went into the tumbler for a while to create a good clean surface for anodizing.

Even though there is practically no chance any media could be left in the passages after being tumbled, I spent a good 10 minutes on each caliper making sure they were perfectly clean.

First use Cerakote hanging wire and then with welding wire and then water pressure and a final check with light in both light and dark room settings. There is a greater chance of debris being in the calipers passageways when they were made than now.

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