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Old 12-23-2009, 09:43 PM
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In the pic, the brake system, (rotors, drums, calipers, lines, etc) looks SUBMERGED in the (salt?) water, which would allow total saturation with saltwater. Unlike, salted roads, where the salt/stone/slush is drivin through and thrown on the undercarriage, but it's not submersed.
Sorry, I can't see how being submerged for 30 seconds is worse 4 months of constant spray, going everywhere year after year.
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Old 12-24-2009, 12:12 AM
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Sorry, I can't see how being submerged for 30 seconds is worse 4 months of constant spray, going everywhere year after year.
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course I'm from MI... sea water has a salinity level. MI roads have a potassium chloride level far above a bit of sea water

which is more corrosive and we see 6 months at times

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