Undercoating

Discussion in 'Maintenance' started by donkhunt, Dec 8, 2016.

  1. donkhunt

    donkhunt Member

    Which undercoating do you's feel is better dripless or krown and why?
     
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  3. TDay1975

    TDay1975 New Member

    I had Krown applied last October. It dropped a lot for a while, which was fine since I was renting my place. Probably wouldn't have been so happy if it were my OWN driveway. However, they warn you about the drips when it is applied.
    It's only been a few months, but I like how easy the undercarriage cleans up when I run it through the car wash. I just get a little cocky when I see folks with their doors rusting off, and I know mine won't.
    I didn't use an undercoating because I've heard that it can chip, get moisture under the coating, and rust the metal without you ever seeing until there's a major problem.
     
  4. Luckydog

    Luckydog Member

    Undercoating may block drain holes encouraging rust
     
  5. randdaman7

    randdaman7 New Member

  6. Tacomaholic

    Tacomaholic Well-Known Member

    Fluid Film is another viable option as well.
     
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  7. pondman

    pondman Member

    Drummond American Outlast is what I use it's Bullet proof. And will keep your Yoda rust free , nobody likes a rusty Yoda !
    Your Velcome ......!
     
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