Good to know :thumb:From my experience it worked best if you pull them out while the paint is still a little soft.
That was my thoughts but some cards have wax on them so I figured I’d get the answer instead of guessing and having a 50/50 chance of getting it wrong.Can you use them to play cards after spraying them? Should would lend to some interest games.
I would think before, so you don't peel the paint whether tacky or dry (might even leave some card residue on rim).
The cylinder is repairable by the cut apart, replace the seals and then weld back together method. I have not done this repair but with the correct tools it is doable. It is the way it was made in the beginning. And it helps to have a way to accurately cut the cylinder at the opposite end of where the rod comes out. Some have used a lathe and some have used an angle grinder. I think the lathe would be more accurate. Also you must control the heat when re-welding so it doesn't damage the new seals. With the equipment I have and my welding skills, I would not personally try it, I would find people to help me.One more item ... steering cylinder rod guide seems to have a slow leak. Is cylinder repairable or do I replace?