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Re: Fixing rust spot
That is new to me also about galzanizing. Very odd, we only buy galvanized boat trailers around here and they seem to last forever. The steel trailers rust out in about two years, just can take a good dip in the pacific ocean.
About the fiberglass, I really dont want to spen $200 on fixing that spot now, maybe in the future. I once was looking at a old CJ for sale that had a rusted fenders and dented up hood. I asked the guy if he evr thought about replacing hte fenders and hood with fiberglass. He said yes, at one time he bought one of those one piece front wraps the fold up and forward, the entire unit fenders grill and hood. He never got around to installing it so he sold it to a friend who installed it. He said his buddy cracked it to bits while paying on the rocks. When his frame flexed it cracked the body. That is why he never bought anymore fiberglass.
any thoughts on that, or is it just the one piece lift up front wraps that are no good, or is the guy full of BS?