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  • rust prevention

    A quick poll...

    What is your preferred rust inhibitor/preventative coating for treating wheel wells, undercarriage, cavities, subframes, etc?

    - Waxoyl
    - Dinitrol
    - Penetrol
    - paint
    - or something else?

  • #2
    Ive got Waxoyl on my ol girl. Seems to be holding up great to the England weather.
    -Andy

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    • #3
      Hi Chad,
      I've got waxoyl on mine, and it has really been great! Storing it indoors helps too!
      At one point I'd heard about people having trouble with any waxy type of preservative in extreme heat ( some waxoyl users, '80s and '90's VW and Audi, etc ), but since we don't really have any of that, it shouldn't be a problem.
      The only commentary about application methods were that some cavities could only be reached by drilling bodywork, so think about that for sills or boxed sections.
      Good luck with your inno,
      MSH
      All Together Now..... Everybody.......

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      • #4
        Thanks for the replies, Andy & Mark! Sounds like Waxoyl is a good way to go.

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