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Old 10-16-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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recently bought a 93 bonneville. the supercharger sounds horrible. its making all kinds of noise. I am trying to decide to rebuilt it or just get a used one. ive read about doing the grease fitting thing to remove the rotor needle bearings. I was wondering if anyone had tried compressed air at all. I have an end on my blow gun made out of rubber and was wondering it that might work. if not is there any other way of getting them out????
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