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Old 01-17-2003, 12:05 AM   #15
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Although not Rhino or Line X, a can of rubberized undercoating will keep the water and dirt from causing further damage or corrosion. I scraped the wells with a pull type scraper to get 34 years of road gunk off (sacrificed a blade or two) and then went for it! Not intended for strength but will keep the water out now. It is tar based and available at the parts houses for about $5 a can.
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