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One step rust killer

Has anyone ever used this stuff its expensive but mine work well for the inside of fenders and wheel wells and on the bottom side of the bed. It would def be nice for frames.

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ive never used that brand before but most of the rust stuff workes good we used it on our 68 charger and never had any more problems outta of the spots we treated
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Looks like some good quality stuff.
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Dude I JUST saw that in a ad at the top of the screen before I clicked on the your thread.
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i think its to late for you downey
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i think its to late for you downey
lol, but ya thats stuff looks legit.
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Dude I JUST saw that in a ad at the top of the screen before I clicked on the your thread.
haha i saw it too and thats why i made the thread. i know there are some other stuff out there what are the other brands i forget?
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lol, but ya thats stuff looks legit.
For surface rust on frames and stuff it works great to prime over then paint.
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Some paint in a can won't fix your saltine cracker bedsides and cab mounts, you're like 5 years too late
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Any stop rust killer never works unless its very minimal. In your case Downey it would be wise to just find a new bed.
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Any stop rust killer never works unless its very minimal. In your case Downey it would be wise to just find a new bed.
To be honest zach its not just the bed, its the whole truck.
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yeah i plan on getting a new bed. i thought it would be a good idea for the frame and underside of a new bed and in the fenders of the new bed and places that are hard to clean and get the crap out of and places where dirt builds up. you know what i mean?
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To be honest zach its not just the bed, its the whole truck.
very possible, i have only seen the besides

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yeah i plan on getting a new bed. i thought it would be a good idea for the frame and underside of a new bed and in the fenders of the new bed and places that are hard to clean and get the crap out of and places where dirt builds up. you know what i mean?
maybe, but in all honesty the best practice is to wash these areas once a week or every other week, just a shot of water can make a world of difference.

My truck has very minimal rust on it, all i ever do is wash it once a week.
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just regular paint will shield it or rustproofing will do
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My truck has very minimal rust on it, all i ever do is wash it once a week.
dont you have a lot of salt on the roads up there? that alone would make me want to wash mine every other day
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very possible, i have only seen the besides
Ill let korey post the flex picture, it will answer alot.
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That pic alone shows there are more problems then some rust converter will ever fix
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i had to repace all my leaf spring brakets and two cab mounts from the salt in ri
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That pic alone shows there are more problems then some rust converter will ever fix
Looks like the trucks gonna break in half
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WOW i find it funnier than hell that people that live 100s of miles away and have never seen my truck in real life. they know exactly what is wrong with my truck. well you dont my truck needs to rear cab mounts the bottom bushing rotted out. the bed sides on my truck already had the damage when i got it. the guy that had it b4 me but 240,000 mils on the truck. I just love how everyone knows every ****ing thing about my truck and can destroy a thread when i ask about some about rust protection.
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WOW i find it funnier than hell that people that live 100s of miles away and have never seen my truck in real life. they know exactly what is wrong with my truck. well you dont my truck needs to rear cab mounts the bottom bushing rotted out. the bed sides on my truck already had the damage when i got it. the guy that had it b4 me but 240,000 mils on the truck. I just love how everyone knows every ****ing thing about my truck and can destroy a thread when i ask about some about rust protection.
A picture is worth a thousand words

calm down we just dont want you wasting what little money you claim to make on a product you think is going to preserve your truck.
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well everyone ****ing know everything about my truck. my whole truck isnt rusted out my cab mounts arent rusted out at all they need a bottom bushing. i dont see why its so hard to just stay out of my threads. since you had nothing to say about the product/ products i asked about
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WOW i find it funnier than hell that people that live 100s of miles away and have never seen my truck in real life. they know exactly what is wrong with my truck. well you dont my truck needs to rear cab mounts the bottom bushing rotted out. the bed sides on my truck already had the damage when i got it. the guy that had it b4 me but 240,000 mils on the truck. I just love how everyone knows every ****ing thing about my truck and can destroy a thread when i ask about some about rust protection.
none in this thread is directly saying what is wrong with your truck other than a paint that prevents rust isnt going to help.

you need to get some new cab mounts, trucks and cars only last so long, i would be really happy with anything that gave me 240,000 miles.

I think you need to relax a bit, your always blowing stuff out of proportion.
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well everyone ****ing know everything about my truck. my whole truck isnt rusted out my cab mounts arent rusted out at all they need a bottom bushing. i dont see why its so hard to just stay out of my threads. since you had nothing to say about the product/ products i asked about
actually they did, and so did I, that stuff never works. The ones that posted all live in the salt belt, we are trying to help you not waste time and money on a crappy product.
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well everyone ****ing know everything about my truck. my whole truck isnt rusted out my cab mounts arent rusted out at all they need a bottom bushing. i dont see why its so hard to just stay out of my threads. since you had nothing to say about the product/ products i asked about
I did quote about the product, I said it works on surface rust on frames and what not, but wont stop rusting bedsides or body panels or bottom of doors and or tailgates.

Im just surprised your all about trying this now on the undercarriage when you didnt even take the time to paint any of the new parts you installed when you did your explorer axle swap and then claimed it doesn't matter since you drive down a dirt road?
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