Dodge Ram 2500 Fender
Tips to Remember When Cleaning and Refurbishing Your Dodge Ram 2500 Fender
Your Dodge Ram 2500 is designed to last any type of driving experience, whether you decide to travel off-road or in smooth paths. When you are driving, you will not be able to monitor the dirt that may come in contact with your ride. Thus, you need components that will ensure protection. For your wheels and the front braking system, your fender does the job. The fender shields the said components from different weather and from dirt as well. In addition, it provides a stylish look for your ride's exterior. Because of its constant contact with road elements, your fender can be damaged in just a short while, you need to maintain it. Here are some tips to keep your Dodge Ram 2500 fender in good condition:
- Give your Ram 2500 a regular bath.
There's no better maintenance tip for exterior body panels than to keep them clean, and the best way you can do that is to give your ride its much-deserved regular wash. Do your regular washing routine, making sure you include the fender when applying car shampoo and wiping dirt off. It's a must to also include the back panel of the fender because that's where most dirt got accumulated. Since it's hidden from your view, you may not notice easily when it's starting to rust. So do not miss this part when cleaning your ride.
- Treat scratches, dents, and minor damage at once.
If you've been involved in a parking mishap or you left your ride in an open, crowded parking lot and you found out that the fender has been dented or scratched, have the damage fixed as soon as you can. The kind of fix involved will depend on how severe the damage is, so the first thing you have to do is to assess the damage. Hairline and light scratches can easily be remedied using touch-up pens; but if the scratches have gone beyond the paint and expose even a small part of the sheet metal panel, then you may need to do some sanding and filling just to cover the exposed metal part where rust can start to form. The fixes needed for dents are different, though, and also depend on how serious the dents are.