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Old 13 Dec 2005, 01:03 am
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Default Re: Rear Fender Rust On '95 Integra

Hi,<br /><br />My '95 Integra has a problem with rear fender rust around<br />the wheel wells where the lower body panels are bolted to<br />the fender panels. Others show the same problem. (Mine is<br />white which makes the problem especially noticeable.) Is<br />there a preventitive or cure?<br /><br />Thanks,<br />Gary<br /><br /><br /><br />

there are products available that will penetrate the rust on a
, and arrest it,. check your local auto parts stores for it.. i also heard muriatic acid also works on it, then take it to a plating shop and ask them to pickle it. hope this may help you..

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