Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Northeastern BC
I've tried almost everything on my work truck, and really the only thing I've found that works is to let the dried on mud pre-soak as long as you can. That helps to soften it up. Sometimes I try to fund creeks and puddles to drive through, to soak the underside of the truck, on the way back to town. I'm worried about the really high pressure truck washes because they can take off paint, and drive water past seals, etc., and screw up electrical connections if you're not careful. Sometimes you can't get it all off in one go. Let it warm up and soak as much as you can (if you can!). Other than that, because now it's winter, you might have to live with it for a few months.
If Princess Auto were a real girl, I'd ask her to marry me.