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Old 08-05-2003, 11:07 AM
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Anyone tryed using this in the engine compartment and under the wheel wells to prevent rust? Seems like it would work

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Old 08-05-2003, 11:39 AM
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I don't know about the engine compartment but a few around here has used it in the wheelwells with very good results. Easy to clean and retains the black look. Awhile back in one of the car mags they showed a 70 something Chevelle that had the whole underneath done with Rhino (or similiar product) and painted it the same as the body color. Looked real good. Some of the spray in liner companies can also tint or color the material but I don't know how many different colors they can do.

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Old 08-05-2003, 11:50 AM
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My only concern would be the names a body and fender guy might call me if I wrinkled a fender. Can repairs be made on a coated piece of metal? This urethane stuff is pretty impervious to everything.
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Old 08-05-2003, 12:06 PM
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Well I was thinking the engine compartment would be cool because the stuff is acid resistant and oil resistant. As spill happy as I can be clean up would be pretty easy I would think. My only concern might be heat, how it would hold up in 200+ temps. I like the undercoating idea should lower road noise too. I guess if I wrinkle a fender I'll have to go get a new fender eh?

Hmmm might be nice on the inside of a doors and trunk area too!

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I spray for BULLDOG PROTECTIVE COATINGS and think i have know sprayed it every where.floor boards,fire walls fender well tubs etc. Just watch not to get this stuff in your brakes.P.s. bedliner is removeable and fixable.I do it all the time.
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