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Conversation Between F-BIRD'88 and vinniekq2
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  1. F-BIRD'88
    02-23-2013 05:54 PM - permalink
    F-BIRD'88
    you will need to get all the anti freeze off the metal as it is greasy.
    Nothing will stick to it. I'd use a propane torch,, then wash with laquer thinner.
    (not "mineral spirits")
  2. F-BIRD'88
    02-23-2013 05:48 PM - permalink
    F-BIRD'88
    Is the corroded hole now irregular? The frost plug goes in ans stays with enough tension but leaks.around the edges.. or the hole is now over size so the frost plug goes in way to easy. Not enough tension to hold it.

    I have fixed cylinder ehads with liquid glass. (its like muffler cement only thicker) yo get to at CTC or home hardware. Tech Steel

    A good epoxy will work too but the rust must be removed from the cast iron.
    Just epoxy the frost plug in once the hole is cleaned up.
    NLS Products - Red Hot 2000

    I have also repaired a lot of stuff using "Seal All' too. Sometimes it takes more than one attempt.
    Slow curing but fixes a lot of pesky stuff.
    Seal-All Adhesive Product Information
  3. vinniekq2
    02-23-2013 05:05 PM - permalink
    vinniekq2
    quick question maybe you can help?
    need a miracle cure,86 bronco,severe rust where a frost plug was,any ideas? stock frost plug/block heater,expansion plug all leak?

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