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Pressure wash undercarriage, never have rust issues. You can go crazy and have the undercarriage coated but I think it is unnecessary.
The guys that drive on the beaches in Australia use a lanolin product. I looked but can’t find the video. It’s natural so you’re not contaminating stuff and should wash off with some degreaser when you need to work on it.
I just looked at a truck this week for a buddy that spent 1 winter in Nebraska. 2018 F-150, the body and frame were good but any bare steel parts were heavily rusted. Driveshaft, exhaust, U-bolts, motor mounts, front suspension bushings, etc.
Pretty sure this was it.If you find name of product let us know
That’s not really the case from what I’ve seen. The frames don’t rust through enough to be structurally compromised, but most vehicles used up there will have holes through the rockers and rear fenders in 6-8 years.This is really a non-issue. Think of how much road salt gets on cars up north and it's not even really an issue on cars made in the last 20 years.
Some, not most. And only in extremes where they are constantly exposed and never washed. In FL just the rain from afternoon storms is enough to clear the tiny bit of salt off the car.That’s not really the case from what I’ve seen. The frames don’t rust through enough to be structurally compromised, but most vehicles used up there will have holes through the rockers and rear fenders in 6-8 years.
Buddy who used to sell lubricants turned me on to this. Australian product and lanolin based.If you find name of product let us know