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Yeah that's the problem I have as well, my '97 is a pretty crusty beater. A few years ago I started spraying with Fluid Film before the start of each winter season to slow down further corrosion. Never thought of the brake shields though but a lot of the damage was done before I ever got my hands on this vehicle.
On the other hand, rust on my '95 is nil and I'm trying to keep it that way. Fluid Film is applied to that car as well. Once salt gets spread around though the car doesn't get driven on the road until the spring rains wash it away.
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