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Old 02-25-2016, 11:05 AM   #1
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Question Under carriage sealer using transmission fluid

Has anyone done this and does it work? It is suppose to be a way to battle rust. What should be avoided when spraying?
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Thanks for the reply , but I don't have a clue what that was. Sorry.
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Would be a big attraction for dirt and etc. to stick to....spray undercoating might be a better choice..
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Been sitt'n here in desert for 4 months......dust collects to EVERYTHING, every day. That's why some use dry lube, in spray can form, as it won't add to problem.....rattle can paint is also a choice..
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Ok thanks.
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I used canned bed liner on the under belly/frame of my 59 edsel I'm restoring. its water resistant and tougher than undercoating.
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why would you use transmission fluid instead of a anti rust spray?
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Years ago, service stations would spray leaf spring s and steering, suspension, with something called "Rubber Lube". Don't know what that was made of. Would that work..
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