73 Z Cleaning the underside

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  1. Bob Lane

    Bob Lane Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Lots of work isn’t it ?
     
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    But so worth it. IMG_7252.jpg
     
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    I use a strong APC and a pressure washer.
     
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    just did the rear of mine. didnt mess with wheelwells.

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    Neat job man!
     
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    This is going to sound crazy I know.
    On the factory undercoating, has anyone tried transmission fluid?
    When I got my car, the PO had a serious trans leak that got all over the bottom of the car between the frame rails. I literally wiped that area clean then lightly with thinner.
    Looked like this. I've since used it in other areas and it works. Just used old fluid on a rag and soft plastic brush.

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