Gotta ask the owner what rust inhibiter used. Any of the lanolin ones would need to be redone often.so what do you think all this is here underneath this rig ?
other type of treatment or paint? Rustoleum or something of the sorts?
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the transfer case underneath my rig is not so crusty at all like this one!, suppose i ought to give it a good clear RC3K spray to keep it from getting the crusties like this rig
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I guess if your religious keeping up with it thats one thing, but the average owner probably wouldn't if their vehicle had that stuff on it. You need to use coatings that are self healing.I wire brushed my 03 tundra and primed it painted and used a rustoleum truck liner on it and it lasted for years just touched it up once in a while. Had no problems.
I was looking for the pics what it did to my taco once most of the the coating fell off after 22 years lolA rubberized undercoating is the nastiest type undercoating imo that one can get. You can't service anything thats been coated with that crap, plus once it chips, water and salt get underneath it rotting out your chassis.
My area in western Iowa is approximately 22 years to total devastation from some gory pics I found at the local salvage lot from some old 90s tacos that got away from Toyota buyback hide em away so nobody will ever see them in the crusherWith the rubberized undercoating most frames fell apart after 10 years.