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Old 12-11-2012, 02:19 AM   #1
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A lot of rust issues

Ok everyone,
Earlier today both David and I noticed that I have a lot of rust on the underside of my jeep. Is there a place that you all recommend to go to so they are able to remove the rust? And any other ideas that I can do while living in an apartment?

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Is it on the body or the frame? You might try to find a place that does media (sand) blasting or use a wire brush. I use bed liner on my frame etc. Just my 2 cents.

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It's on the undercarriage frame near the bolts where the tummy tuck went. And I got some on the body as well lol. But those I'm gonna replace with Kentrol black stainless steel.

Thanx for the suggestion .
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If it's not real deep I'd suggest the wire brush, followed by rustoleum primer, topped with bedliner. Don't your future in-laws have a body shop where you could work?
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If it's not real deep I'd suggest the wire brush, followed by rustoleum primer, topped with bedliner. Don't your future in-laws have a body shop where you could work?
Nope. It'd be in the parking lot.
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