there is a armor plate sold that welds over alot of that, but any welding shop should be able to plate thatwell it was a long run. 34 posts before the sarcasm kicked in. lol I guess i gotta laugh about my truck instead of letting it get to me and worrying about it. I gotta do what i gotta do.
Come on man, you can't be serious. You want us to believe that you believe rust is causing your rear differential to leak.
Worst case scenario, you are that stupid and I have to tell you that you have a bad seal that needs replaced and that the surface rust that you are seeing is harmless. Sorry, but I have turkey poisoning and some wicked heartburn going on at the moment.
Post a pic and if I'm still alive I'll even tell ya which seal has shit to bed on ya.
Axle is fine... I live in PA, they brine the roads every time a snowflake shows up in the weather forecast. The diff case had a bunch of flake on it, but I slammed the entire thing with a hammer after It was all cleaned off to make sure it wouldn't rust through immediately after I'm done painting it! I'll be cutting the other spring mount off to inspect and repair as necessary.That axle is toast. What salt have you been in?
And all the fish love oil! It gives them the opportunity to reminisce with their 180 million y/o ancestors! I'll make sure it doesn't leak any time soon. Thanks, I've never heard of it. Where do you get yours from? I'm not sure I've seen T9 spray at any of my local distributors. I'm going to stick with the Eastwood Rust Encapsulator Plus for now. I already spent 40 doll hairs on the stuff... I've seen some videos on it & I'm impressed with the results. I've linked a few below. The formula I have is the "Plus" version, which is supposed to be more resilient than the one shown in Godspeed's videos.Looks brutal but sounds like you've got it. Worst case is you do PA a favor and oil the asphalt.
I'd say screw paint unless you're sandblasting, instead use T9 by Boeing, it's the shiznit to penetrate all the nooks and crannies and somehow bonds to rusty metal. It was designed for aircraft rust. I've used it for years, one or two spray cans would do the axle.