now that I have a rust free 60...

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by b56tc, Nov 19, 2005.

  1. b56tc

    b56tc

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    how do I keep it that way?

    why are they such rustbuckets, anyway? thin metal, poor drainage design, what?

    and what are the tricks to counter that?

    Kansas ain't California, and I want to drive her this winter
     
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    cruiserjunktion Cruiserjunktion@gmail.com Supporting Vendor GOLD Star

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    When I had the rust cut out of mine they recommended an annual application of "Crown" rust proofing. It seems to have worked reasonably well but you MUST do it each year or more frequently.
     
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    if you watch the banners there is a link off of mud for a "Stop rust forever guaranteed" banner somewhere
     
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