Topic: Re: Draining coolant 1936 A
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The tractor runs well. on a thresher it will read 200 to 210 deg after working for 30 min.
i just want to know if all the water will drain out and be safe to freeze with the system empty os i can get on with other work.
It looks like the p.o. refilled with the red stuff after work on the tractor.
I have the recipe for rad cleaner from Caterpillar engines of that era and want to try it. It uses muriatic acid, formaldehyde and 48 parts water. Mix formaldehyde and water first. Operate for there hours, drain and flush.
I think it should work as there won't be any aluminum parts in it.
This post was edited by Ken11487 at 09:12:55 02/05/13.
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