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From my experience as a LR Defender owner (known for chassis rusting): Rust, once there, can spread. It will not go away. So if you just take it out on sunny days you will not be making it get any better. Sometime or other you will need to get to grips with this rust problem. From what can be seen in the pictures, the muffler seems OK. That's a good start, ...


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Rust will usually be there to some extent. Rust on the edges does not affect anything. Rust on the surface would probably get ground off during braking if there is any. Grooves in the rotors means you need to grind it flush or replace it. Rotors rarely actually get warped. Usually brake deposits cause uneven surfaces. Many people get scammed into thinking ...


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This is a great question, so let me help. First, I am the owner an auto repair center in New Hampshire and rusted brake rotors are almost an everyday occurrence here. If you live in an area that uses a lot of salt on the roads in the winter, like we do, then this information most likely pertains to you. 99% of the rotors that we have to replace are due to ...



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