So the inevitable has to happen, the trunk cable will snap and you will remove the rear upholstery to access the latch release handle and you will bring in the long magnet probe to retrieve the rear locknut from hell which has dropped through your fingers deep into the hidden recesses of the lower inner sill, and, SURPRISE
. Got more metal on the magnet than expected...
1. Should I lick my wounds and bite the bullet, take out the misleadingly clean outer sills and open a potentially evil can of worms on the inside and start welding?
2. Or, squirt and spray and douze with rust treatment chemicals and pretend that the rust worm won't hurt me if I don't see it, in which case, what is the recommended material to use WITHOUT having to go through welding and stripping? Several brands out there (rustoleum, POR 15, Bob's, etc) which require prepping and sanding and removing the rotten rusted metal first, but I am interested in your recommendation for sprayable material, hopefully just dowsing as much as I can through whatever cavities I can access from the outside...
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