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Surface rust is starting, whats a good product to apply to my frame, that wont give me problems

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Rust Check once a year. The green can is thicker than the red can but is the same thing. Sprayed by a dealer, they warranty against rust. You should be able to get it at any auto parts store. Hope this helps.

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