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Can you please tell the court where the frame hurt you .:oops:
I was able to borrow an I-phone compatible scope to inspect inside my frame.
It showed only minor surface rust. No flaking. I have purchased 2 can of Eastwood internal frame spray as a preventive measure. Instructions say to tape off all openings in the frame to prevent overspray. So I began to wonder if I should leave them covered.
MY question is should they be left open to promote airflow or will sealing them up help or hurt.

Thank you, Lonely in Texas.:)
 

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It’s literally to stop overspray. I did mine without covering them up. A few spots got here and there but wasn’t too bad. I got one dot on one of my wheels and it’s been there for like 7 years now. Stuff is serious.
There are far too many holes to try and seal them all so I’d vote to coat it and let live. Maybe after it’s good and dry start Fluid Filming.
 
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