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post #1 of 12 Old 08-21-2012, 09:58 PM Thread Starter
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OIL UNDERCOATING???

I live in VT......So wondering your guy's thoughts on oil undercoating your trucks......was thinking of doing it

And if anyone has thier's oil undercoated????



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Oil undercoating..? Why would you want to put oil underneath your truck so all the crap your tires are shooting up from the road will stick there?



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I did it to an old rusty frame used the old oil out of my truck put it in a cheap gun and sprayed away made it look like new and I'm sure it prevented more rust

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yeah that's what we have to do in NY bc if the salt, if not in three years your looking for a new truck lol but i would paint it frist wait a wile then do it. Bc if you do and then try to paint it. its a bbbbbbbbb lol
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I live right at the Atlantic Ocean where anything metal has a very short life span. The Power company, North Carolina Power, starting using Fluid Film on the electric meters to slow down the corrosion/rusting of the meter bases. They went from a 1-2 year replacement time to 7-9 years.

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put fluid film on a frame of a truck and in 2 months it was all gone started using rusfree seems to stay on better, it has rust inhibators in it.
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Buy I pint of por 15. Cheap air gun. Thin the por 15 and shoot the whole underside of ur truck and never worry about it again



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