Originally Posted by T-Trim
Best way to apply is by spraying. You could brush on in those hard to get to areas. if you spray it out look for flex wands to spray into the hard spots. But you need to heat the mix up. that part I can't really recommend for anybody that doesn't feel safe doing. Leave it to a pro with the right equiment to do the job right and safely. And if you can find someone to spray hot asphalt on your stuff go for it. never need to worry about that stuff coming off. Just cover your drive shaft and exhaust system. Easy way to to make your driveshaft out of balance or catch you exhaust on fire. Not good.
Gotta agree on asphalt. There's 32 year old black goop on the underside of my 1980 Buick and that undercarriage is in better shape than pretty much anything else I've seen around here. Even places where I rubbed some of it off while working on it have not had any rust since then.
Past: 8.5' Diamond on 12' stake body dump 15,000lb upgraded F350, for state highways...and lack of experience.
Present: Snowbear on 2002 GMC 1500 and ancient Ariens, for personal use only.