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Thread: Fender fade and spotting

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    Nothing but a Thing nbunga's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Some use peanut butter....I am not wasting my peanut butter on flares.
    If you wash your Jeep good beforehand you can probably still save the peanut butter.

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    Nothing but a Thing desertrunner's Avatar
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    I thought used motor oil was the way to go?

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    Been Around the Block JDDK's Avatar
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    no, peanut butter for flares only. used motor oil is only for frame rust prevention. never get those two crossed.

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