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post #10 of (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 02:42 PM
Hemikiller
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Yeah, I feel your pain. Many hours of work and lots of replacement parts later my '07 2500HD doesn't look like it's ready for the junkyard. I highly recommend that you treat it with something. Anything is better than nothing. I've heard stories of waste oil, gear oil, ATF etc. I have a friend that picked up a 2012 Dodge 3500 from down south and has been Fluid Filming it since the first fall he owned it. So far it looks excellent underneath. The stuff stinks for a couple days and is messy if you work on your vehicles, but it's worth the hassle and is a bit more enviro-friendly than the other options.
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