Originally Posted by Carol H
I have pulled my trailer a few times in the winter over some pretty heavily salted mountain passes. The first thing I do at destination is find a car wash - the self serve type with spray wands. Getting hard to find that type though. Wash the whole trailer down including spraying the underside. No ill effects.
Winner. People think I'm nuts for washing my vehicle in winter. Guess who has no rust? I have an '04 titan, dad has an '05 with 20k less miles. It took half a day to do the brakes
on mine, we spent three days on his, due to the rust. Half the brake lines on his were shot.
I lived in salt country. My old '89 nissan is known for frame rot. Mine is as solid as the day it came out of the factory. If you have an enclosed frame with openings, I would drill holes at the low points and flush the frame from the high point.
A little care goes a long way. If you're worried about doors and windows
sticking, put some silicone spray on the seals. Wd40 the locks to get the water out, then put a good lock lube in them.
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