Back from the dead...I have a lot of updates on this build. As for the subfram grime, we used a lot of purple power degreaser from autozone. It's like $3 a bottle. Also i went through a couple brass wire brushes to scrape all the grime off. It went through a few stages of degreasing, pressure washing w/soapy water, degreasing, etc...Took a while to get it clean enough to sand and paint that's for sure. I'd recommend simple green over the purple power though, nothing works better.what did you use to clean the subframe? i want to clean my magnaflow muffler from all the caked on road grime
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