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Old 11-15-2012, 02:33 PM   #64
sniper1rfa
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Originally Posted by Rootus View Post
Neither rusts the way iron does.

Actually, his point does stand. Magnesium allows can rust *really* fast when exposed to salts, because the salt causes the oxide to flake like iron rust does.

No road salt? not a problem. Those of us with salted roads have more to worry about.

That said, It's been used in airplanes for decades and I'm sure there are things you can do.
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