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coolant contitioner?

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Spanky22

03-12-2008 17:23:43




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I have a 7040 and a 190xt. Does the 7040 have wet cylninders? I just bought a coolant filter upgrade kit for it. Was it nessisary?. If it has dry cylinders it was a waste of money. Has anyone had problems with pitting?
O.K. the 190 has anyone had problems with pitting? And if so what is the proper dose of coolant conditioner to add?




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Skyhighballoon(MO)

03-12-2008 17:33:12




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 Re: coolant contitioner? in reply to Spanky22, 03-12-2008 17:23:43  
The 7040 would have a 426 ci wet sleeve engine. Having a coolant filter on both is not a bad idea. If they were my tractors, I'd drain and flush cooling systems out thoroughly. Then I'd fill with a 50/50 of DISTILLED water and a good diesel coolant. I use CAT ELC (Extended Life Coolant) but there are other brands. Then use the recommended coolant tests strips once or twice a year to check the condition. Only when the test strip indicate a need do you add the coolant booster/conditioner to bring it back to spec. Mike

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