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  1. Thanks for the reply, definitely no leaks. I’d say it’s been off road and it would’ve taken off water then Rusted from there.
  2. Hi all, This is my first post, thanks for letting me join the forums. I was unsure what thread to post this under so sorry if it's wrong. I have a 1986 Toyota 60 Series landcruiser with rusty floor pans. I've never ever done any panel repair but was told floor pans are quite easy to do. I asked the panel shop and they said if i don't get rid of the 'black pitting' from the metal it'll continue to rust no matter what. I sandblasted the worst of it and cut the worst of it but have some black pitting left in other spots. I thought that if you used the right rust converter, and primed and painted it that would remove the oxygen/water from it and once it's sealed it would be impossible for it to rust since rust needs oxygen? I was then going to paint and seal the underside of the pans. Sorry if i'm using broad terms, i'm just very new to this. I do trust the shop, they've done heaps of work for me and it's always been 100% and i am returning soon for more work but was hoping to do my floors myself as a learning curve. Thanks!