Preventing rust on rotors - help needed....

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Peter wrote:


There is another way IF you want to bother with it. Bag the car in a car bag and use a vacuum to suck out the air, no air = no rust. http://www.autoanything.com/car-covers/20A50302A1.aspx http://www.carcover.com / http://carbag.com /
Also replace the brake pads with a good ceramic and they won't rust into scrap either.
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Steve W.


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Unfortunately the car bag is for indoor use only, I think if the OP could store the vehicle indoors to begin with, this problem would most likely be reduced or eliminated.
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