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Old 02-21-2020, 12:52 AM #16
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Won't PB Blaster or WD40 dissolve wool wax or fluid film?

I am not sure if it would or not.

My plan was to spray inside the frame now with PBlaster and do the outside of the frame later come spring with either FF or Wool Wax.
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Won't PB Blaster or WD40 dissolve wool wax or fluid film?
That's a good question. It may react.

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i only applied the woolwax on the outside of my frame so i see no issue with spraying the inside with any type of oil substance. Ive got quite a bit of the internal frame coating and like brillo stated i dont place all of my trust into that stuff. There was woolwax on the end of my frame rails because i have no rear bumper at the moment and after spraying penetrating oil and having some run out of the rear i have yet to see a loss of woolwax in that area. Interesting thought though for sure.
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The crap gets up where you won't see it and stays there. That's where the rot starts in, rust belt or not. Found this inside the rear framerails of my relatively rust free runner. There was some silty soil up around the crossmembers, packed on the spare wheel, really anywhere that could hold onto it.

This type of soil is not like a thick clay or even a mucky loamy soil, those would dry out and cake on. Silt will absorb the moisture out of the air and stay damp, starting to eat away at the metal over time.

Just because you aren't in the "rust belt" doesn't necessarily mean you don't have something to worry about.

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Ah. I would imagine lots of these super clean outer frame 3rd Gens inner frames look like yours. If not kept washed clean or coated with rust protection fluids. This is one of the reasons I suggested people look inside their frames with an inspection camera. Thanks for the Feed back UnderFire. This completely makes sense. I also suspected this was the case.

Now the 4 Runners that spend their lives in the super dry deserts would probably be the only exceptions.
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