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How many spray the undercarriage, a arms, springs, boots, etc. with silicon spray? What brand do you buy? I had some that did a wide spray. The can I just bought (WD40 Silicon) was more of a jet. I'm looking a case, but I want the wider spray.
 

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CRC was the goto back in the day. But to what end do you want this done for?
 
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I use to buy WD 40 in a gallon can and put in a spray bottle. I used it on my dirt bikes and it did a great job.
 

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I Run Amsoil and its a thicker spray doesn't seem to cape on like others do and seems to work well. I plow snow alot and didnt want salt to cause issues
I use Amsoil “MudSlinger” is that what your referring to? Makes cleanup easier and makes the plastics look like new.
 

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I've been using the WD40 specialist silicone on the swaybar bushings and other pivot points. Never thought about using it as a rust protectant. Interesting thought.
 

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Okay, so this will be odd....
How many spray the undercarriage, a arms, springs, boots, etc. with silicon spray? What brand do you buy? I had some that did a wide spray. The can I just bought (WD40 Silicon) was more of a jet. I'm looking a case, but I want the wider spray.
I use silicone spray from a nissan dealership works perfect
 

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I've been using the WD40 specialist silicone on the swaybar bushings and other pivot points. Never thought about using it as a rust protectant. Interesting thought.
I just cleaned up my 2014 RZR for sale. It has 2500 miles on it. The silicon spray really kept it nice over the years
 

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I just cleaned up my 2014 RZR for sale. It has 2500 miles on it. The silicon spray really kept it nice over the years
That reminds me of this used X2 that we went and looked at. After getting back in my truck, I had this gooey crap all over the place....lol. He even had it all over the interior and everything.

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That reminds me of this used X2 that we went and looked at. After getting back in my truck, I had this gooey crap all over the place....lol. He even had it all over the interior and everything.

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Nothing like a little grease to make it look good again! 🤣
 
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That reminds me of this used X2 that we went and looked at. After getting back in my truck, I had this gooey crap all over the place....lol. He even had it all over the interior and everything.

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Gooey? That doesn’t sound right. You better look that rig over. You might have bought a poorly kept machine
 
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