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04-06-2019 08:08:00

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I have a very slight antifreeze leak in my 1953 SuperH. When I say slight, itís maybe 2-3 drops in two weeks time. I already checked the hose clamps. Any suggestions for an additive I can pour into the radiator without damaging anything?

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04-06-2019 18:14:19

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to dwashebek, 04-06-2019 08:08:00  
For a couple drops in a couple of weeks I would not fuss with it.

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mark poss

04-06-2019 15:38:24

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to dwashebek, 04-06-2019 08:08:00  
Course black pepper

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04-06-2019 14:08:59

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to dwashebek, 04-06-2019 08:08:00  
Silver Seal. 2 cans should be enough. It is a powder. I use it in all my tractors just as a precautionary thing.

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Russ from MN

04-06-2019 18:12:17

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to rustyfarmall, 04-06-2019 14:08:59  
Silver seal worked for me, and old tube my dad had. I normally use Bar's stop leak.

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04-06-2019 09:13:32

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to dwashebek, 04-06-2019 08:08:00  
There is a product called K seal, it's suppose to be for slow leak's,i used it on my car, it stopped that from going down!!

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04-06-2019 08:10:10

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to dwashebek, 04-06-2019 08:08:00  
where is it leaking from? check water pump packing and tighten.

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04-06-2019 08:27:54

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to rustred, 04-06-2019 08:10:10  
I donít think itís the water pump but Iíll take a closer look. How would I tighten the packing?

Than you!

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04-06-2019 08:59:03

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 Re: antifreeze leak in reply to dwashebek, 04-06-2019 08:27:54  
there is a brass nut with tabs in from on the shaft. there is also a special wrench used for this. most people use a punch and hammer to tighten the nut. has to be pretty snug. plus give it couple shots of grease. if nut is bottomed out the packing needs to be replaced. just went through all this on my w9.

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