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i thought the rear axle was resprayed, and the frames not as bad as the body. just the cab mounts,rear bumper and the bed. theres been worse ive seen on the roads
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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
your whole truck is rusted out
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i would recommend getting a wire wheel they are not that expensive and gettin most of the rust underneath and get it all to bare metal, use your welding skills and beef up the frame again then prime it and paint it. and replace all your cab mounts.
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i thought the rear axle was resprayed, and the frames not as bad as the body. just the cab mounts,rear bumper and the bed. theres been worse ive seen on the roads
You must be mistaken, this was taken from his last update from the swap.. looks like the ubolts got sprayed?
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the ubolts were raw when i put them on and i forgot to paint them they needed covered. the rear axle is dirty and needs cleaned. i wasnt to worried about anything but keeping the ubolts from rusting.
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Wait, Are those u bolts welded?
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i thought the rear axle was resprayed, and the frames not as bad as the body. just the cab mounts,rear bumper and the bed. theres been worse ive seen on the roads
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You must be mistaken, this was taken from his last update from the swap.. looks like the ubolts got sprayed?
wow once again mark knows better over a person that has worked on my truck. just wow mark you know everything there is to know. im not with this thread. just delete the whole thing or lock it i dont care
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That pic alone shows there are more problems then some rust converter will ever fix
I would have just sold the truck in cash for clunkers and bought a new truck...
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They've had the rust killer in Hot rod magizene...only works on surface rust. Living in the salt belt myself, you'll need a wire wheel and a dust mask to clean that up.
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That pic alone shows there are more problems then some rust converter will ever fix
OMG! I wouldnt even drive this thing... geez!
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Drive that ***** until it snaps in half..... Looks like she's not to far from that!
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OMG! I wouldnt even drive this thing... geez!
i drove my truck like that for months.....
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i drove my truck like that for months.....
Thats not something I'd be proud of/telling people lol
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we should have a contest for the worst truck on the site... lol
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to get back to the original question a friend of mine tried it on his ranger and wasn't happy with how it turned out i think he ended up doing every thing with chassi saver and that was two years ago and it still isn't showing sings of rust
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well, last night downey sprayed his truck with this product, and he came out this morning to this

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LMFAO!!!
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well, last night downey sprayed his truck with this product, and he came out this morning to this

ROFL!




Is it bad that I know what that frame is from? 47-54 chevy pickup.
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we should have a contest for the worst truck on the site... lol
There has to be a contest? Can't we just go ahead and let the dude win ONE thing? Haha
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I would have just sold the truck in cash for clunkers and bought a new truck...
whats sad is this was actually an option, his dad was gonna clunker it.
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Downey Downey Downey can't you see
Sometimes your mispelled words just hypnotize me
And I just love your rusty truck
Guess that's why its broke, and everyones so afraid

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BUAHAHAHAHA
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