ure in the real Canadian winter of alberta LOL...lane24 said:Canadian Tire is advertising that Electro - Rust proofing gizmo that sells for around $100 'eh'. It mounts in the engine compartment and sends out some kind of elctric shield that inhibits rust from starting or spreading. Its supposed to be what they use on snow plows. Not sure if thats the kind of rust proofing yer talking 'aboot'.
(Had to add in the Canadianisms so you could tell I was from Canada 'eh')
is that sufficient do you think??? ive never had this done but i was told its a good idea especially under the hood and such.Avenger said:My mechanic in Kitchener does oil spraying for $40. Supposed to be done every year. If you have the doors and trunk done, they may leak oil (I'd just have the underbody sprayed).
They use a ton of salt on the roads up here in winter so it'll kill a new car in a matter of years. Around here cars rust out faster than then you can blow the engine on them.IS300M said:is this a canadian thing? Ive never seen it except on Sebs car (bimmer)