Yes I get coolant in the oil. For a few seasons we put water in for summer use only and the procedure is fill up the radiator and run the tractor and warm it and put about 2 tubes of the aluminized stop leak in and the everything was fine for a while. If this was not done then lots of coolant would be in the oil by the next day just sitting there. Last time I did it with antifreeze and it seem to be okay thru this winter as I been using the tractor a lot but now had developed a knock so the little problem may be a major one now. Have not drained oil yet but level was good and pressure is 30-40 which is good.cleddy
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