I wouldn`t spend the money on factory. I would get krown, the fact they do inside the fenders, rockers, doors and tailgate and rear corners of cab. If you live in a area where they apply tons of salt ,have a look at all the pickups out there and you will see where they rust out.Hello everybody,
I was wondering about factory rust proofing and if one should go with krown rust proofing instead. Also does anyone one know if Krown rust proofing voids the warrenty for a new ram? any thoughts on the matter would be a great help
Was going to say this ^^^^ Best time to spray is in the spring since over the summer the heat will kind of activate it and let it seep into all the nooks and crannies. Had by 2010 done since new and now my 2014 which was just done. My 2010 was in mint showroom condition when I traded. Krown works period.If the truck is brand new, if you get the truck done within 3 months of it being new, and then get it done every year after that, Krown will warranty rust repairs, I think they have to be rust through. Truck has to be done every year withing 30 days of the anniversary of the last spray.
I haven't done hot oil treatment, but the Ziebart that I had done last fall cost me another $3,000 in overspray removal and repainting that I am still in court over trying to recover the money.The wonderful rear quarters is the main reason I've stayed away from Dodge/Ram trucks. I had to change because I needed a 3/4 ton for a bigger camper and couldn't get a Super Duty without chrome. We don't have a Krown dealer locally, but there's a place that does hot oil treatment about an hour away. Has anyone ever done a hot oil treatment for protection? It's either that or Ziebart