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Old 09-21-2008, 11:19 PM   #1
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What a fine Rusty mess

Hello All..
I just bought an 07 AC 4X4. After cleaning 40 lbs of sand and crud from the undercarriage I saw quite a bit of rust. I read the posts about POR and Rustoleum etc. That might work fine but..
I found this stuff and was wondering if anyone has tried it?

http://therustdoctor.com/products/rust_doctor.html

Ger
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Old 09-22-2008, 01:55 PM   #2
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Hello All..
I just bought an 07 AC 4X4. After cleaning 40 lbs of sand and crud from the undercarriage I saw quite a bit of rust. I read the posts about POR and Rustoleum etc. That might work fine but..
I found this stuff and was wondering if anyone has tried it?

http://therustdoctor.com/products/rust_doctor.html

Ger

Uggg... That sucks man! Sorry to hear the bad news.
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Old 09-22-2008, 02:19 PM   #3
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I used similar stuff in a spray can on mine before, as well as other cars. It works good (keep in mind I live in the South). No signs of rust where I put it yet after a year! If you are unsure, got to HD, Lowes or Wally World and look for a spray can of converter (krylon?). It will save you a few bucks off the large size until you decide if it works for you.
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