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Old 12-05-2018, 02:02 PM
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This vintage Taco? http://www.realworldautomotive.com/s...anty-t458.html

You should accelerate the rust and get a new frame!
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Agree on waxoyl, but I've only seen that on a closed cavity. Can you use it on on external surfaces too? Sure wish I'd thought ahead with my truck, its moving past swiss cheese.

Yes you can use it on the exterior too. I have liberally coated the bottom of my '87 Westy with it for years. It stays real well. I even have it in the wheel wells but have to reapply every year there.
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Second vote for fluid film.
Just keep after it.
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Yes you can use it on the exterior too. I have liberally coated the bottom of my '87 Westy with it for years. It stays real well. I even have it in the wheel wells but have to reapply every year there.
thanks, good to know
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Thanks for the intel, fellas. Im totally in love with this truck and want to save it for my son when he turns 16 in 6 years.
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Very nice!


Make that his second vehicle. If he is a standard male human he will bend up the first one.
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