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post #1 of 13 Old 09-08-2009, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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nasty cancer spots

with the weather and seasons changing its only a matter of time before the snow starts to fly here in ny. with the snow comes all that salt on the roads and the inevitable cancer spots showing and forming on my our trucks anyone out there have any tips on what to do to help prevent the rotting and typical cancer spots that the OBS seem to fall victim too all to often. I know the typical wash wash wash. but anyone have any other trick they have found help to keep the body work down.
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right now that's just not an option lol
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What part of NY you live in. city or upstate?

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yeah man what part of NY you live in. i live in NY to! are you upstate?

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I live on cape cod in Mass. so i know what you meen, i had the rust on one of my wheel wells and on cab corner so i did the body work and i decided to rhino line the lower section of my truck and around the wheel wells haha, i am going to put pictures up soon, it looks pretty good

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grease

clean 'em good, let them dry even better, and slather heavy grease all over the rot, in and out.

i had a VW that had a little spot of rot under the hatch lid, 14 years later the car goes to the junkyard and that rot spot hadn't grown an inch.

sure it's nasty but, it works....LOL and it's CHEAP

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Michigan here. My truck is just starting to rust.

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yeah man what part of NY you live in. i live in NY to! are you upstate?
NO city boy here. im upstate, western upstate
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yeah man im upstate to!

i would never make it in a city

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