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I just picked up my 06 LJ this past november, and now that spring is here i want to take care of coating/rust prevention.
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I was looking at using 3m undercoating to take care of the frame and underbody.
http://www.amazon.com/3M-03584-Professional-Rubberized-Undercoating/dp/B002H9CMCQ

eastwood internal frame coating to take care of rust from the inside out
Eastwood Internal Frame Coating 14oz Aerosol

eastwood exhaust paint (exterior and/or interior)
Satin Black Hi-Temp Coating
Eastwood Hi-Temp Internal Exhaust Coating w/extension tube

and Rust-Oleum bedliner for the interior.
Amazon.com: Rust-Oleum Automotive 248915 32-Ounce Truck Bed Coating Quarts, Black: Automotive

just wondering who else have done anything similar, what their experiences were and what products they suggest to use.
 

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was literally thinking about doing the exact same thing on my 05 LJ. Was also debating POR15 before the 3M undercoating on the frame and skid.
 

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I am a huge fan of Fluid Film, as I take off or replace parts I always have a can on hand to touch up/ re spray any missed parts. I also recommend the Eastwood internal frame coating. I have never tried the 3m products but with the quality of items they make I'm sure it would be a good bet. I also use CLR for small surface rust and a wire brush.
 

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I'm a big fan of Herculiner for the tub. mine has held up great and you can't beat the price. I am not a big fan of lining the underside. Makes places for moisture to get trapped, you can't get it 100% sealed. i'm all for paint to keep things protected on the underside. you can also find new strikes easier. Was that scratch always there?
 
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