Belt line rail filiform fix?
I have a 2008 25 ft. Safari and live right on the Pacific coast, across the street from a saltwater bay. I have filiform problems that I'm trying to remedy and am seeking advice as to whether to lay out big bucks(to me) for a belt line rail and the necessary cleaning and stripping of the rivets, or to simply keep at it with Corrosion X and waxing. I have stopped the spread of the filiform.
Dealerships want between $600 and $1000 for the repair that mostly is cosmetic. What would the rest of you do? I'm not a bit handy, so fixing it myself is not an option.