We use MEK as the cleaner or primer for gluing our ABS pipe and fittings together on our desalination systems. It's the grey pipe on the wall.
We had a thing when some Air Force guys got way sick and may have died perhaps from using MEK inside the wing fuel tanks to clean sealant.
Not sure but I may have some effects from skin contact on and off for 15 years. I think it's made my belly stick out a bit and my face get wrinkly.
Onto my 360:
Good and bad day. Got it mostly cleaned up
Pulled a couple of plugs and found a nice bore full of water :roll eyes: seems my sealing up of all orifices (orifi?) didn't work so good. I really didn't want to pull the heads since it was all so nicely done up with no leaks whatsoever but now I most likely will have to. Full rebuild master gasket /seal set to order tomorrow I guess. Morris or quadratic do you think?
Then it got just a little worse
Found myself two nice cracks in the HB. More rolleyes!!! Here in the land down under that's not going to be easy to find. I think there are about 11 360s in existence.
Then even a bit worse:
Called someone about a 360 balanced flywheel , guess what, don't exist. Not here anyway. Geez! Have any of you esteemed gents done or have heard of drilling an I6 flywheel to suit using a 360 flex plate as some sort of guide or indication? Apparently it's been done numerous time with success? I'm all ears.
Other option was to buy an NV3550 and its clutch/FW assembly off a TJ with the 4.0. Thoughts? Once again not going to be too easy to find here.