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Old 01-13-2011, 04:23 PM
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What I meant by "back side" is the side of the bumber facing the truck (not the side facing you when you are looking at your truck). The back side is where the bulk of salt will get into and is where most connections are made.

Lithum grease is a very good rust inhibitor. Also, when I apply it (with a small paint brush), I let it bake in the sun as it does harden to some degree when you put a thin layer on. I do this since it attracts less dirt then if I were to drive immediately after putting it on. I do use it on other underneath connecting parts such as plow brackets, tow hooks etc. It does work. the trick is not getting it over everything when you apply it.
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