Re: Flywheel / pressure plate too rusty to resurface by hand? - Saab Sonett Bulletin Board - Saabnet.com
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I don't have any expertise in this area but it certainly looks like a lot of rust there. Sand paper comes in a very wide range of grit. Typically, in most hardware stores you will fine the classic 60, 100, 150, etc. but you can find fine grit sandpaper numbered 3,000 for use in sanding car bodywork for example. So, my non-expert thought is to use start with something a very nigh number sandpaper.
You might post this in some of the other forums here as well to get more input since it is a generalized repair/restoration question.
Good luck. Let us know how you make out.
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