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Old 12-14-2012, 05:07 PM
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A holeish crack i would call it. If you ever owned a fox body you know what i mean by jacking the car up by the cor support. Its the first thing under the car to look like its thick metal. But it was almost as big around as my thumb.

I. Also drained the rad a few days later and all the metal flakes came out and new fluid in so it doesnt seal up until it hits air or something.

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Just do it right and replace the Gasket, Why screw around, do it right.
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I'd try JB Weld - the slow stuff, not fast set.
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trust me im a firm beleiver in the orignal jb weld used it on a 350 1 time the the sides of block were acully cracked close to 2 in long next to freeze out plugs due to it having water in it i took a hammer and bent the block back the best i could cleanned it with a wire brush and then dried it with a small hand tourch so that metal was dry let it cool 2 the touch and applyed the j b weld and let it set for 24 hrs then drove the enging for like 10 yrs and never had another leak so know its good stuff lol
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Old 12-17-2012, 01:50 PM
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An egg and some pepper!! LOL
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Thanks for all the input guys. I found a good radiator repair shop and they fixed it.

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