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Old 12-29-2012, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default '96 Outback Rust Driver's Side Rear Quarter Panel

So my 1996 Outback has the typical rust going on in the left rear quarter panel....what's the best/cheapest treatment as this vehicle is my teenager's transport vehicle?

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Default Re: '96 Outback Rust Driver's Side Rear Quarter Panel

How bad is it? I have heard naval jelly (don't remember the brand) is the best to use if the rust isn't too deep. I believe you can sand it first, as well.

If the rust is deep and eating holes through the panel then I am not too sure the best method to help with that. Maybe someone a bit more knowledgable will have some ideas.
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Nothing outside of cutting out all of the rust will stop it.
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Old 01-23-2013, 12:59 PM   #4
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Default Re: '96 Outback Rust Driver's Side Rear Quarter Panel

Well according to my knowledge the rust is thing which is not prefectly removable. So the best way to get rid of it is replace the whole panel. But if you think its expensive and you want you original one then here is the instructions for removing the rust from the panels. you can visit this link to know how to remove it. (wikihow.com/Remove-Rust-from-a-Car) Copy the underbracket url in your browser.

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