Swing arm pivot bolt advice
Working on the bike all night. Seeing how I'm this far into the bike i wanted to pull the motor and have the frame and sub-frame painted, but as you can guess my (new to me) 1987 klr has never had maintenance, at least not this much lol. Any ideas on getting the swing-arm pivot bolt to come out? My reading on the site were; soak it in pb blaster(did this alot even had the bike on its side for a few days) it spins with some resistance now but wont budge no matter how hard i wack it. I've heard alot of Pb, alot of heat, alot of impact both left and right, ad a decent amount of wacking. currently do not own a torch or an impact. honestly dont have the money to buy an air-compressor at the moment but get one soon.:/ thanks in advance!
P.s while im here any advice on the tank, petcock, and the carbs? Tank is a bit rusty and dusty -just curious what most people do or use. (My dad always used toilet bowl cleaner for most of it then two stroke oil when it drys to keep it from rusting) The petcock could use a good cleaning or a new one altogether. And as far as the carbs they're horrible, even after cleaning. I've heard dipping it in "chem dip" or even heard of someone using original pine-sol. Anyone used these "re-build kits" online? or have any ideas? im sure all the little rubber pieces are shot to hell.