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Old 10-09-2014, 05:55 PM
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No I did not but I will check it out
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It looked like it's exactly what you need.
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Yes I just looked at it seems like it would be a similar process as the rust stop spray.
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Yes I just looked at it seems like it would be a similar process as the rust stop spray.
I think so too!
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Yes hopefully easier since it will be with a paintbrush. I have never done something like this before so I do not know how it will go.
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Yes hopefully easier since it will be with a paintbrush. I have never done something like this before so I do not know how it will go.
That's the best way to mod...Doin' it yourself! And that's the only way to learn! Have fun moddin'!
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Using chassis saver is a good method to stop the rust. Much cheaper than the por15 and it is a 1 step process.
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chassis saver is a great product, its a rust encapsulator. which seals off the oxygen so rust stops there
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