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Old 04-19-2010, 08:41 PM   #1
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Is it safe for aluminum radiators? I would prefer not to spill Glycol on the track if I lose another seal for both my safety and that of fellow riders.
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Thanks. Any advice on the mix? Gonna pick up a bottle tomorrow on way home just don't know if it's list on bottle or not.
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Yes it is on the bottle, I use the whole bottle. Just pour it in, and top it off with Distilled water.
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Just read link and it talks of ounces and quarts. When will you Yanks convert to metric (its so much easier).
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Yes it is on the bottle, I use the whole bottle. Just pour it in, and top it off with Distilled water.
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