Bunch of folks mentioned that AMSOIL Heavy Duty Metal Protector is a good substitute for Framesaver at a lesser cost. I have a '71 super course that has some internal rust. I'm planning on getting rid of that with a good long-handled bristle-brush and some solvent or WD-40, and then I'd like to rust-proof it. I also have a new steel frame I need to proof for rain commuting.
Problem is, I live on the east coast, and all the auto shops/hardware stores I've called have never heard of the stuff. The AMSOIL website has some kooky ordering procedures.
Does anyone know of a shop in the DC area that carries HDMP, or, alternately, of a product that is similar? I've heard of "oilwax", there's some crystalline-bonding rust cleaner and inhibitor at Home Despot, marine oil....? I know the linseed way, but seems like a bit of a PITA.
Any products to *avoid*?