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    Re: what vehicle do you use to travel to dive sites?

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    Nawww.... Just wear earplugs to prevent hearing loss when the 'tyres' (you guys spell properly...) eventually do something abrupt and noisy
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    Re: what vehicle do you use to travel to dive sites?

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    Re: what vehicle do you use to travel to dive sites?

    What do you guys do to prevent rust and corrosion on your vehicle? If any car or truck parts come into contact with salt water, it will turn to rust. Even on the surfaces that would normally resist rust, the salt water can take things past its breaking point.

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    Re: what vehicle do you use to travel to dive sites?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scubzy  View Original Post
    What do you guys do to prevent rust and corrosion on your vehicle? If any car or truck parts come into contact with salt water, it will turn to rust. Even on the surfaces that would normally resist rust, the salt water can take things past its breaking point.

    Get an Audi, I believe that they are still being hot dip galvanized.


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    Re: what vehicle do you use to travel to dive sites?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scubzy  View Original Post
    What do you guys do to prevent rust and corrosion on your vehicle? If any car or truck parts come into contact with salt water, it will turn to rust. Even on the surfaces that would normally resist rust, the salt water can take things past its breaking point.




    Rental Car?

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    Re: what vehicle do you use to travel to dive sites?

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    Rental Car?
    Top Gear insisted that rental cars are the fastest cars in the world. I would think that that translates to corrosion resistance and payload capacity as well.

    That said, I have recently upgraded my dive vehicle to a 2017 Ford Expedition EL which does its job quite nicely

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