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Old 07-25-2006, 02:42 PM   #21
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they sell this stuff called quick steel at hardware stores, it looks like clay, you cut a small piece, rub it together and stick it over the hole and make sure you smear it evenly. easy fix under 5 bucks
I luv that stuff. JB stick is the same thing and they sell it at autoparts stores.
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Old 07-27-2006, 12:06 PM   #22
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I was able to make it to a friends house without it getting to hot. I have always been a little scared of the powder you put in with the water so I opted to pull the radiator and find someone to fix it. 1st 3 places I went said no and the I found a place off of Telephone rd. near E. Orem. Houston Radiator I think. Guy fixed it and it only cost me $35.00.
Have any of you put a radiator screen on your bike. I saw them online when I was trying to see how much a new radiator costs. The screen was only $60.00 and if it will help I will probably grab one. The oil cooler has a screen and I always thought that if the super smart peeps at Suzuki didn't think a radiator screen was needed then you must not need one. :eh:

Well thanks for the help all. All the cooking ideas were very nice...

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Old 07-27-2006, 12:19 PM   #23
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Awesome.. glad it worked out for you.
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