Rocky Mountain Edition

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Looking very good indeed ! Hand & Powerwashing is best throughout winter whenever you can. Is your's undercoated?
 

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I often use fluid film in winter to keep rust at bay.
It works very well as a rust preventative measure, especially for rockers & door sills etc.
 

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It works very well. I'm very picky and will park do a quick spray & I try keep it rust free best I can.
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To protect carpets in winter, the WeatherTech liners are great!
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My 04 RM edition likes the snow ! :)
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It works very well. I'm very picky and will park do a quick spray & I try keep it rust free best I can.
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To protect carpets in winter, the WeatherTech liners are great!
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My 04 RM edition likes the snow ! :)
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Looks great! Nice lift and tires. Love seeing these in great shape. I’m the same. I’m picky too. I have the same floor mats.
 

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Just washed the road salt off of her.
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Nice! What year is that? I have a 04 Rocky Mountain Edition, same color except the fenders don't have those bumps on them. I also Fluid Film the blazes out of her. Pour transmission fluid into the lower door panels with a length of steel brake line wormed down through the widow seals. 303 all the rubber. Top and bottom.
 

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Nice! What year is that? I have a 04 Rocky Mountain Edition, same color except the fenders don't have those bumps on them. I also Fluid Film the blazes out of her. Pour transmission fluid into the lower door panels with a length of steel brake line wormed down through the widow seals. 303 all the rubber. Top and bottom.
The " bumps " are the Renegade style flares
 
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