You can bedline them if you want, like I did: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/my-bedlined-door-hinges-125491.htmlThanks MTH I will try that. And what about the doors hinges?
x2I've found over the years living in MI that the best thing to do to combat rust is to keep it clean. In science we learned all about how mud is worse then salt even. The salt expells moisture faster but the layers of dirt hold the moisture up against the vehicle. Hence the reason they rust out faster in the areas where dirt builds up.
Yeah, you can do things to help protect the surfaces but washing it once a week or once every few days depending on your area is what will really save you in the long run. I also alternate w/washing and just rinsing. Sometimes I'll take the time to really scrub everything but for combating rust I'll just pay the $1.50, put it on high pressure rinse and get all the dirt & mud off from everywhere. If you go through a touch wash every week, eventually you'll wear off your clearcoat. Best to just rinse every so often...
Look at my avatar, its a 94' in MI and never been kept in the garage. Still original paint... But, its always been kept clean for 17 years now. Very little rust on 'er. My worst spot is the floor board on the drivers side by my door. That will need a little bit of patch work here within the next year or so. After mudding, I've taken upwords of three hours to wash this thing...
:whistling: Move to North Nevada--
:rofl::rofl: rough crowd :hide: think that keeping it clean is the easiest or at least less expensive route.Leave it in the garage?:rofl:
gunna happen sometime