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Old 08-20-2011, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by petey shoes View Post
dust/dirt will find every nook and cranny. add to that the condensation, which will have salt content from the beach, and there it is. rust! snow, (basically frozen rain) alone won't rust through the steel, unless truck is sitting in it knee deep for a very long time.
Agreed! However, what comes along with snow climates is tempurature swings. It can be below zero at night and warm up in the 50's for a few days with the direct sun feeling warmer than that. That really causes things to sweat and shorten their life unless you have them in a heated area. The best I can do is to have them up stairs in the barn on a wood floor with plenty of hay bales setting around.
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