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7th Gen ('06-'07): Detailing question

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Old 06-23-2012, 09:03 AM
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As you all know I am going to the Monte carlo Nats next week.

I am cleaning the deuce's under carrage and finding NO rust (the deuce has never been out in snow)

Do I just clean it up and let the judges see her original fine condition underneath?

Do I paint the under carrage with that black ruberized paint?
 

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Tads,

Take a look at this product, it is an undercarriage cleaner that should take you back to showroom condition. I use it on my RzR after a trip through the woods and it cleans it perfectly.

Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray Dressing

Good luck at the show, I am sure you are ready,
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Old 06-23-2012, 09:37 AM
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Originally Posted by RonBoySS View Post
Tads,

Take a look at this product, it is an undercarriage cleaner that should take you back to showroom condition. I use it on my RzR after a trip through the woods and it cleans it perfectly.

Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray Dressing

Good luck at the show, I am sure you are ready,
Ron

Roy thanks!
 
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Unless you enter your car in the Gold Class they will not judge you on the undercarriage - only in a tie in the class that you are entered will they look at the undercarriage. I would just leave your undercarriage stock - that's what I'm doing with mine. My 03 also doesn't have any rust on it thank goodness and I drove it the first 2.5 years in the winter. I just got mine up on the lift and cleaned it really good. I also show my car with mirrors to show how clean the undercarriage is.
 
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I would skip the undercoating since you don't drive in snow. Just scrub it up real good and then just touch it up when you get there.
 
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Old 06-23-2012, 12:45 PM
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Thanks guys. She cleaned up really good was a PITA but I got er done. (posted pics)
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I had no lift just jack stands glad it's done.
 
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