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08-03-04, 11:01 AM   #1  
undercoating

I am looking at buying a fairly new 2004 Buick LeSabre. I live in the midwest where we have snow and ice. Considering undercoating the car. Does anyone have any suggestions if this is a good idea or not. Have been told that you are better off not undercoating a car.

Appreciate any suggestions.

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Harlan.

 
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08-03-04, 11:06 PM   #2  
I've lived in the midwest. Undercoating is a waste of money. So is fabric treatment, paint protectant and any other crappy dealer add on they try to sell you.

 
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10-14-04, 10:05 PM   #3  
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If they salt the roads where you live I would really consider the undercoating! It does seem to help with the road noise as well! But all that other stuff (paint sealant, fabric gaurd) is just crap! It's just a way to make some money!

 
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10-20-04, 08:56 PM   #4  
I usuly suggest getting car oil sprayed with the dripless oil products But make sure you go in on a nice day so that the car under body is dry

 
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