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Very good point Fuddy Duddy!
So forget swamping the channels with oil because even if you thought you had all the pin holes to the tube sealed up, a new one could develop later.
I mentioned penetrating oils or whatever because he seemed to have his heart set on getting some rust inhibitor in there.
If I had elected to put a rust fluid into my channels I would have used Amsoil Metal Protector because it is incredible on rust and because the wetness eventually evaporates leaving a nice DRY rust inhibiting film. Ya, I know, I'm advertising again, but anyone with sense enough to try it will soon find out it is true.
The best way and with the least work would be to stick a spray can wand in to each channel section by using the bolt holes themselves for access even if that called for drilling a small wand-sized hole -- within that squared bolt passage.
This post was edited by Tall T at 21:41:04 08/10/14 3 times.
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