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The freeze plugs on my 1950 216 cubic inch chevy seem impossible to get out . after twisting cutting and turning i thought this cant be right almost seems like they are part of the engine block .i then forced a new plug on top of the same plug space .is this right for this year of car.please help me kind regards morgen

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Freeze plugs can be a pain to remove, i used to drill and install a metal screw to pry it out, careful not to scratch the surface on the block, us a slight bit of sealer with the new one

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