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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-01-2000, 10:33 PM
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Frame Rust

My 6 yr. old Sub is closing in on 100k. It still looks new except for some nasty looking surface rust on the frame courtesy of PennDot's relentless salting. I would like to fix it so it stays fixed.

Does anyone have advice as to using rust neutralizer/primers vs. the traditional wire brush, prime & paint routine? Also is use of bedliner material a better option than traditional paint? Anyone's experience with a particular product pro or con would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Gil

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-01-2000, 11:16 PM
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Re: Frame Rust

I would highly suggest POR 15. Best Stuff, better than primer or bedliner. It is a little pricey though, but it's worth it. http://www.por15.com

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Re: Frame Rust

man [censored] it just paint that [censored]

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Re: Frame Rust

i would also say check out the por 15 it is some of the best stuff i have ever used
i have not seen any that i have applied rust thru yet

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Re: Frame Rust

POR 15 seemed to work well for me as well. I used it on my wife's car hood and on my spare tire it has worked real well. I have the same frame rust problem you do, when I get time I was planing to POR15 it. The one thing I have noticed that you really need to work in POR into seams and hard to reach places.
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