Thanks, these things ( trucks) cost too much to just drain water willy nilly into cracks and crevices.I have a great appreciation for things done right! Now that's attention to detail! Very very nice.
Im going to spray the underneath with a product recommended by a trusted bitog member. There are no rustproofing spray outfits here like Krown or Fluid film.I would put some marine grease on all the mating surfaces and bolt threads to keep em rust free
Nice, I will have route my front windshield drains in my Ford Transit. Right now, Driver side drains right on to the ECU and the pass side on to the air filter box, arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh
I have not yet. Was trying to decide between one that screws on under the hood vs the ones with the 3m tape.Clean job. Agree these trucks cost so much it's stupid not to take good care of them and think things through. Did you get the hood protector?
FYI about zip ties, black ones are a lot more UV resistant that the natural white ones and last longer if outside.
Not sure of that product, but coating metal (dis-similar) will prevent galvanic corrosion and salt protection. I will do for my salt water fishing reels.Im going to spray the underneath with a product recommended by a trusted bitog member. There are no rustproofing spray outfits here like Krown or Fluid film.
Probably Monday before I get it done. I waited till I had running boards installed , so they did not have to deal with a waxy oily undercarriage.