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John_PA

07-18-2013 00:29:07
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to answer the original post.

Yes, you need it. It doesn't mater how old, you should do it.


Try Napa. They have diesel coolant that has it in it. Just buy that. You are good.
Otherwise, you would worry about it.




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Larry NCKS

07-19-2013 06:03:42
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 Re: Anti Cavitation Treatment? in reply to John_PA, 07-18-2013 00:29:07  
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Extended Life Coolant, otherwise known as OAT (Organic Acid Technology), NOAT (Nitrited OAT) or HOAT (Hybrid OAT)does not need Supplemental Coolant Additive. It is formulated with everything it needs for 1 million miles, 20,000 hours or 8 years of service. Here's one example: http://www.phillips66lubricants.com/documents/antifreeze_coolants/FinalChargeNOAT_50-50_TDS.pdf

If NAPA is advertising ELC and coolant with SCA as the same thing, they don't know what they're talking about and should be avoided.

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jokester

07-18-2013 07:23:42
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 Re: Anti Cavitation Treatment? in reply to John_PA, 07-18-2013 00:29:07  
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Can I just put this in my radiator? How much?



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John_PA

07-19-2013 00:34:53
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 Re: Anti Cavitation Treatment? in reply to jokester, 07-18-2013 07:23:42  
Did I ruffle some feathers?
Last time I try posting from my phone with autotype!



Don't try the colgate, go with aquafresh. It has a better taste, I case you end up under the tractor, with that antifreeze dripping in your face!



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Check Break

07-19-2013 08:39:31
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My comment wasn't aimed at you John. Napa additive used to be made by the folks at NalCool now PenCool. I don't know if that holds true today. It won't be long before that phone starts telling you what to say.



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07-18-2013 23:28:19
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 Re: Anti Cavitation Treatment? in reply to jokester, 07-18-2013 07:23:42  
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No, try some Preparation H.



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Larry NCKS

07-18-2013 00:43:14
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 Re: Anti Cavitation Treatment? in reply to John_PA, 07-18-2013 00:29:07  

John_PA said: (quoted from post at 02:29:07 07/18/13) to answer the original post.

Yes, you need it. It doesn't mater how old, you should do it.


Try Napa. They have diesel coolant that has it in it. Just buy that. You are good.
Otherwise, you would worry about it.


Too generic! Even if the coolant has it in it, it becomes depleted - unless it's ELC.
This post was edited by Larry NCKS at 00:44:03 07/18/13.

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John_PA

07-19-2013 00:40:06
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 Re: Anti Cavitation Treatment? in reply to Larry NCKS, 07-18-2013 00:43:14  
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SCA napa is labeled as ELC!!!!

so where is the difference?

Of course go with New Holland FW-15, but if the dealer doesn't even know what it is or care to sell it, then I dont' know what else to say except getting Napa diesel coolant SCA.
OR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OR!!!!!!!!!!



like back in the day, you could put a tablespoon of dot3 brake fluid int eh coolant. That is what a lot of the guys did way back when around here for heavy machines (I'm in coal strip mine country)

Like I said(or tried to say in my original post) anything is better than nothing. and autotype ruined most of my post.

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