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  1. Chatter
    So you're on crutches and can't get about that well but you want to keep your bike looking good. What do you do? well if you've got a mate like Tony he brings his compressor and gun filled with ACF50 to your house in his van and gives it a good coating with the magic stuff. So the man of the...
  2. Discounts / Deals
    Come and get it whilst stocks last. We've knocked £5.60 off a quart bottle of ACF-50 which comes with its own pump dispenser. Price is now only £25.00 (normal RRP - £30.60) plus shipping. Here's the linky to this great ACF-50 deal
  3. Chatter
    Being a lucky boy for Christmas, as well as "Close to the Edge", I had a tin of ACF50. I've sprayed and wiped most of my @ with it, can it be applied to the chain?
  4. Chatter
    Anyone know if I can spray ACF50 onto the electric bits of a bike? eg all the wires and connectors? Also, the fuel pump.....basically can it do any damage anywhere? Is there anywhere I shouldnt spray it.
  5. Mechanical Advice
    OK last month I did the winter prep for the TA taking the plastics off and polishing it then spraying EVERYTHING metal with ACF-50. Question is do I still wash the bike now it's dirty which I would have thought would wash the ACF-50 off or do I just leave it dirty until spring then strip and...
  6. Mechanical Advice
    I know there has already been several discussions on hear re, ACF50, and the general consensus seems to be that it is good stuff, if a little pricier than the alternatives. However one specific question came to mind the other day, which I don't think has been discussed on hear before, which I...
  7. Mechanical Advice
    I'm due another back tyre on the alp sometime soon and due to the numerous posts about transalps suffering wheel rot, especially from the inside out, i was toying with the idea of giving the inside of the wheel a good old dousing of ACF50 to try and prolong the inevitable but a mate reckons it...
  8. Transalp
    Well I'm not impressed :evil: There wasn't a mark on my bike before I started riding it through this winter. I lathered it in wd40 and acf50. I cleaned it after every ride when the salt was really heavy on the road ... and today I've just noticed... ..... the rear wheel, brake calliper...
  9. Mechanical Advice
    OK - now I've just received my 1L bottle of this stuff and now need to know the best way of using it. :? This will be the first time I have used a bike throughout the winter, so I figured that ACF-50 was the right stuff to ensure the @ arrives in spring still shiny. So what do I do with it...
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