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I didn't see anything about putting in my ears

I was hoping it would cure my tinnitus problems. I'm so tired of hearing all of those squeals all the time



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does it work for constipation? I am not saying anyone is FOS, but.......
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I wonder if it would be safe to use seafoam on a wet clutch crankcase anyone used it?
William,

See the thread about Sea Foam 100% Satisfied in the General Section.

https://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum4/35914.html

It is quite safe for clutches. It stopped mine from slipping.

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I wonder if it would be safe to use seafoam on a wet clutch crankcase anyone used it?
William,

See the thread about Sea Foam 100% Satisfied in the General Section.

https://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum4/35914.html

It is quite safe for clutches. It stopped mine from slipping.
Hi John:

It was actuallythat threadand some of the replies that got me to checking it out and finding the one that I posted here.

I'm glad that youstarted that thread because I'd always assumed (scary) that you couldn't use it in motorcycles.

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Does that stuff really foam up? Would it maybe go good with a Dairy Queen Banana Split? Kit

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I have read lots about this wonderful product (Seafoam) so is it available in the UK and if so where from please ?

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I have read lots about this wonderful product (Seafoam) so is it available in the UK and if so where from please ?
I might send you some in a box labeled "Chocolates", please do not crush

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I have read lots about this wonderful product (Seafoam) so is it available in the UK and if so where from please ?
I do know that it was mentioned to "he who must not be named" in Calhoun that the next load of bikes from WOW should have a dozen cases of Seafoam loaded with it.

He could quickly become the Seafoam go to man on that side of the pond!!

Soon we would be reading about him having so much money that he was paying to go to the International Space Station.

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Okay, we have the Sea Foam topics running again.

I moved the earlier thread here to the Technical Forum. There was a suggestion earlier in this thread to move them into the FAQ forum.

I think it is too early for that, let's let them run here a while and when they slow down. The Moderators will discuss doing that.

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Nice post, wrongway. Never can have too much information...


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