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Old 05-09-2004, 07:55   #1 (permalink)
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sills and dog leg access

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IS there some way i can access the sills and dog legs in a escort so i can put some kind of rust proofing stuff. What kind of stuff would be good to squart in there. ive already got a tube and stuck in down into the dog leg from the boot and poured rust killer just in case theres surface rust in there.

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Re: sills and dog leg access

From memory they are one piece and structural so shouldn't have access in them.. possibly drill it, squirt and seal it back up.
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