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Old 01-29-2014, 06:22 PM   #71
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I like my Toyo's.. No 4x4 button on the Stang but it got me home safe... Only in 2-4 inches of course. My muffler impression trail... Im easy to follow in it... It reads "PYPES"

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I like my Toyo's.. No 4x4 button on the Stang but it got me home safe... Only in 2-4 inches of course. My muffler impression trail... Im easy to follow in it... It reads "PYPES"

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More like pypesssssssss. Besides this last snow and that ice we had which was a real ***** I've had no issues at all. I hope it rains soon to wash the salt away though. The touch less wash I use is closed below 32 degrees and I'm tired of paying for hand washes when my car looks the same half a day later as it did before it went in.

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All that salt... Its not fair I tell ya, NOT FAIR. I feel a little better knowing you southern folks get to deal with it now.

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It was salt covered 15 feet down the road after I took this picture. lol
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It was salt covered 15 feet down the road after I took this picture. lol
Isn't that the worst? My cousins live I Atlanta and they were saying it was just a complete S - storm down there. My one cousin had to abandon ship like 2 miles from home and just walk it.

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I mean up here we get 10-15 inches of snow, my work is still open, parking bans are issued before the storm and people have tires with decent tread and/or proper tires. We also have real snow plow trucks so the roads are cleared quickly.

Down south you have people running summer tires year round, improper parking ban management and ford 150's as plow trucks. People start to get stuck and stay in the center of the roads causing more people to get stuck, causing back ups, which cause the plows to not be able to do their job. I mean I don't fault people for the mess down there because they aren't used to it, but honestly I woke up this morning to 2 inches of snow, without even realizing it was suppose to snow. lol
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I mean up here we get 10-15 inches of snow, my work is still open, parking bans are issued before the storm and people have tires with decent tread and/or proper tires. We also have real snow plow trucks so the roads are cleared quickly.



Down south you have people running summer tires year round, improper parking ban management and ford 150's as plow trucks. People start to get stuck and stay in the center of the roads causing more people to get stuck, causing back ups, which cause the plows to not be able to do their job. I mean I don't fault people for the mess down there because they aren't used to it, but honestly I woke up this morning to 2 inches of snow, without even realizing it was suppose to snow. lol

Here in the DC area we have actual snow plows and dedicated salting trucks. The issue down here isn't snow, as what falls here is rarely the white powdery stuff you see up north. Instead it typically falls as rain and then freezes overnight. That's why everything falls apart even with a few inches of snow. We have huge icing problems!
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Maine had an ice storm during my vacation for Christmas. What a mess. Up here they spray the road with some sort of chemical now that sticks to the road, similar to deicing spray for planes. It prevents ice build up allowing the plows to hit pavement during the storms. Problem is this new stuff sticks to the cars causing them to rust really fast. Basically during a bad winter i'll wash my car once a week or every other through the laser washes.
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Maine had an ice storm during my vacation for Christmas. What a mess. Up here they spray the road with some sort of chemical now that sticks to the road, similar to deicing spray for planes. It prevents ice build up allowing the plows to hit pavement during the storms. Problem is this new stuff sticks to the cars causing them to rust really fast. Basically during a bad winter i'll wash my car once a week or every other through the laser washes.

Yeah I don't think we have the chemical stuff you're talking about. Lol
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And that's why we all want 2 Mustangs

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Yeah if I could afford a beater stang that would be awesome.
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I hope someday my DD Stang will be my beater when I can grab a Mint Condition Upgrade!!))

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That's my plan too! Just need to find a mint '13 boss in a few years...
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That's my plan too! Just need to find a mint '13 boss in a few years...
I like your thinking.
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Yea that Mustang will be as rusty as your rear axle in a year or two....
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Yea that Mustang will be as rusty as your rear axle in a year or two....

I hope not, lots of washing and regular waxing ... I can avoid rust 😅 (Denial)
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Thanks exactly what mine looks like. 😑 so frustrating. I want to wash it but by the time I get home it'll be dirty again. Won't matter. Lol
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Thanks exactly what mine looks like. 😑 so frustrating. I want to wash it but by the time I get home it'll be dirty again. Won't matter. Lol
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Thanks exactly what mine looks like. 😑 so frustrating. I want to wash it but by the time I get home it'll be dirty again. Won't matter. Lol
Thats exactly the reason you guys from up North need to move to South Florida, we have plenty of hot a s s Colombian women and no snow!
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Up here in Michigan I get the salt off the under-carriage by going to the coin-operated hand washes, where I can wash it myself with the high-pressure hose. About $5 worth of quarters is enough time for me to get it really clean. The touch-less places only wash the parts you can see (and don't even do a good job at that sometimes). But it's the parts you can't see where the salt will do the worst damage.
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Spray the wells and engine compartment with NO TOUCH tire spray in the Spring

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The laser wash by me has the undercarriage option. I can feel it blasting water from underneath.
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My leaking oil cooler gaskets keep my under carriage lubed up nicely.. Lol... When I fix it I prey next Winter's not as bad...

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Yeah the touchless carwash I go to sprays your undercarriage as you enter the carwash. I usually drive over it realllllly slow so it gets as much crap out of there as possible.
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Yeah the touchless carwash I go to sprays your undercarriage as you enter the carwash. I usually drive over it realllllly slow so it gets as much crap out of there as possible.
I do the same except one day the water sensor was broken and it wouldn't turn off. Needless to say water was flying outside at the car behind me until the door closed. She got soaked since she had her window down to pay at the machine and it was on a bend. After the door shut water was flying everywhere until the wash was over and the machine shutoff. My rear bumper on my old tib was super polished. Lol
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I do the same except one day the water sensor was broken and it wouldn't turn off. Needless to say water was flying outside at the car behind me until the door closed. She got soaked since she had her window down to pay at the machine and it was on a bend. After the door shut water was flying everywhere until the wash was over and the machine shutoff. My rear bumper on my old tib was super polished. Lol

Hahaha that's funny. Sometimes I pull forward into the wash without rolling the windows up first and get sprayed by the undercarriage jets.
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Willy Wonka should open a Car Was and have the Oompa Loompas do the Under Carriage then sing and dance around drying your Stang off Oompa Loompa Thorough!!

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To the rust issue , I live in southeast texas the humidity and being so close to the Gulf of Mexico rust is inevitable it seems I know there's rust underneath my stang and I've had it since sept of 13. :/
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Put it up on the lift and spray shellac on all "rustable" metal surfaces. I plan on doing mine once a year. That should slow rust a lot. A can of shellac is only a couple bucks. Under neath the brake fluid cannister is the worst on my car. I sprayed half a can under there. Lol...

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Put it up on the lift and spray shellac on all "rustable" metal surfaces. I plan on doing mine once a year. That should slow rust a lot. A can of shellac is only a couple bucks. Under neath the brake fluid cannister is the worst on my car. I sprayed half a can under there. Lol...

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Sounds like a good idea when it was up on the lift getting tires changed a fees ago I could see it , makes me sick. Almost as equal how black is so hard to stay fresh lol we have pollen that just lays sheets across the paint some peoples rides you'll ask is that a yellow after spray on your ride ? No just pollen -.-
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Lol... Pollen Flake... That greenish is not my favorite color though... As for the shellac.. It doesn't gum up the nuts and bolts like under coater.. Completely safe. F/U rust !! LMBO!!

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Is it bad that I don't really care if my undercarriage rusts a little? I mean oxidation is inevitable when metal is left to the elements and a thin later of rust doesn't hurt anything. My last ride was a 1998 Honda Accord and it has thoroughly rusty on unpaired surfaces but didn't have any issues with rusting through or anything. So what's the point? Haha
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