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    I cleaned my block and radiator with evaporust for 9 days i let it soak did not get a lot out of it but now i know the block is good and clean as well as the new brassworks radiator. I used a sump pump and bought a sump pump hose 15.00 from the hardware store hose was 16' long and made to be cut in 4 sections i cut it in half and made up fitting for the engine and radiator. Just used a hose to fill radiator but it clean right up. I will fill the system with distilled water for a good flush before adding good clean anti-freeze mix. I did flush this block in both directions to try and make sure i got everything.
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    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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      Thanks did not get the whole thing but it sure worked good.

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