Posted by Maineman on July 01, 2013 at 18:24:14 from (18.104.22.168):
So, when I got my Ford 640 it had a leaking freeze plug between the bell housing and the block. While replacing it I pulled the rest of the freeze plugs and flushed the whole block thourghly. I had to shovel a lot of crud, sand, silt, rust, whatever out of there! Glad I did runs nice and cool.
Now, when I'm running my Fergie, I get a lot of hot air blown back at me! I'd like to do the same block flush. But the standard motor has no freeze plugs? How does one clean the block's water jacket?
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