Seb is correctSéb wrote:Strange, I have clam cleat on my Core Sensor bar and I never rinse it or do whatever to the line and I never had a single problem. Maybe you should try an other model and change also the line.
Well saidalexeyga wrote:Well, technically speaking - it's wise to rinse any bar upon entering into water regardless of the trimmer's type. Sand is a very peculiar beast and it's best to keep it out of your gear - period. That being said, don't forget that no sand is the same, so the amount of wear on one's clamcleat might depend on both sand's fineness and the type of cord used.
it says aluminium on clamcleats web site, but i think it is some Al+Zn, Al+Si or something in between alloy for better casting.Hawaiis wrote:Third clamcleat in one year, I clean off the sand every time, but it only last 4 months. The material on the clamcleat is probably aluminum or pot metal.
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