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Buy the premix? end story.

what engine is it , displacement??????????????????
or like me, a skin flint. (retired, and cant change ,)
i look up the cooling capacity of my engine.
the engine and RAD is drained. 100%
lets say its 10 quarts.
i put in 5 quarts of AF and top off with water.
also , in all auto stores, there is a RAD hydrometer.
it measure %
i do this every fall, to make dang sure block water dont freeze
and crack the block.
did you know the just below 32F is the worst ice expansion.?
not 0F.
ICE is strange .
way2
just mix 1/2 and 1/2
take a bucket.
add 1gal AF.
add 1gal water
put in rad
repeat till full,




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