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Old 11-18-2017, 09:18 AM   #1
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Hood Corrosion - What do you think of this?

Fighting that stupid hood corrosion on my black 2013... had my hood painted, but it's coming back. What do you guys think of this? They're like 60 bucks for smoke. Thanks....Arlen.

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youd think if they repainted it knowing the issue theyd have sovled it. that's pretty sad. maybe its more prone to that when you daily drive them. I have a 2010 that im pretty sure isn't showing signs of the hood corrosion issue but I do not drive the thing everyday. as to your question in my opinion it doesn't look bad. idk that I would use one unless I was in your shoes. it does beat the hell out of those gross old school bras lol
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idk if I could do it......yeah it don't look real bad but.

Just don't react next time you are doing 15 mph and someone pulls out in front of you

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idk if I could do it......yeah it don't look real bad but.

Just don't react next time you are doing 15 mph and someone pulls out in front of you


aren't rearenders always at fault tho? lol
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Fighting that stupid hood corrosion on my black 2013... had my hood painted, but it's coming back. What do you guys think of this? They're like 60 bucks for smoke. Thanks....Arlen.
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I grew up in Chicago. No car over 5 years old or so was rust-free......I wonder about the "salty sea air" in Florida? In the Midwest, it was the huge amount of salt spread on the streets in winter. The salty road spray found it's way easily into the "joint" between the inner fenderwell and outer panel surface, rear quarters, and ate at the panel whenever it got damp again, sometimes stayed damp forever, rained every few days.

I learned what the rumors said about the Desert were true. No rust. I bought this '94 GT last May, 23 years old, original finish, still shiny, rust non-existent. Original Arizona car.

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youd think if they repainted it knowing the issue theyd have sovled it. that's pretty sad. maybe its more prone to that when you daily drive them. I have a 2010 that im pretty sure isn't showing signs of the hood corrosion issue but I do not drive the thing everyday. as to your question in my opinion it doesn't look bad. idk that I would use one unless I was in your shoes. it does beat the hell out of those gross old school bras lol
Problem is it's most likely contamination when the hood was made. No amount of repainting will solve it with these aluminum hoods.
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I had the problem with my hood bubbling, and got it fixed. Now it's coming back and I am thinking I will just get a aftermarket hood,and be done with it.


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I grew up in Chicago. No car over 5 years old or so was rust-free......I wonder about the "salty sea air" in Florida? In the Midwest, it was the huge amount of salt spread on the streets in winter. The salty road spray found it's way easily into the "joint" between the inner fenderwell and outer panel surface, rear quarters, and ate at the panel whenever it got damp again, sometimes stayed damp forever, rained every few days.

I learned what the rumors said about the Desert were true. No rust. I bought this '94 GT last May, 23 years old, original finish, still shiny, rust non-existent. Original Arizona car.

new kid has a nice looking car.....
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That is a good cheap fix IMO. Do it and then get a good aftermarket hood during tax season.
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pic of your paint. can't be uglier than that thing.
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On my first two mustangs 09_12 had the bubbling on the inside I sanded the the spot a down and I used por 15 on it also on the inside seams and worked it worked good for me
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