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Ande

02-21-2021 19:11:18




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After doing do diligent, I found the reason. So I pulled a head off a donor SC. So after sometime of research, it is on the road to recovery. Thought some of you would like to know.




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fixerupper

02-22-2021 17:42:03




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to Ande, 02-21-2021 19:11:18  
Just out of curiosity is this a 5618A head? The last two SC heads I have worked with were 5618 and both had multiple cracks. Probably was just a coincidence.



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Ande

02-22-2021 19:42:08




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to fixerupper, 02-22-2021 17:42:03  
I will look when I'm back out there and see and repost.



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Tractorguy2

02-22-2021 16:00:36




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to Ande, 02-21-2021 19:11:18  
Two years a go. I drained the radiator on my SC to replace the leaking drain cock. I top the radiator off with universal orange antifreeze.

After that the radiator would foam up bad. I drained the antifreeze and replaced with new. The foaming went away. Don't mix old school green coolant with universal orange coolant.



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Don Rudolph

02-22-2021 15:33:47




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to Ande, 02-21-2021 19:11:18  
Glad you found the problem Dan, too bad it wasn't just a gasket. Don



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Ande

02-22-2021 17:34:15




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-22-2021 15:33:47  
Just the way it goes Don, glad to get a handle on this. It will be back in action come this summer.



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J Hamilton

02-21-2021 19:19:34




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to Ande, 02-21-2021 19:11:18  
It took me a minute to see the crack. Too bad it couldn't have just been the head gasket.



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Ande

02-21-2021 19:42:21




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 Re: SC finally some answers in reply to J Hamilton, 02-21-2021 19:19:34  
Yea, amazing how these cell phones take these clear pictures and can expand so it is easier to see.



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