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yes, spray the studs/nuts holding the cluster in with Kroil, etc. and tap on it - repeat 3x day for a few days

then see if the nuts will come off easily - do not break the stud off

clean up the entire area - you will likely find hidden rust under the cluster

clean the holes, cover with dum-dum

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Nasty dirty pedal cluster before complete tear down, cleaning painting and reassembly. I recommend taking it out, apart, taking it somewhere and having it blasted and Powder-coated and then installing new bushings and re assembly. You’ll never have to go back and do it again.


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The Queen's Outlaw

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