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Date:         Fri, 9 Mar 2001 10:33:13 -0800
Reply-To:     Stuart MacMillan <macmillan@HOME.COM>
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From:         Stuart MacMillan <macmillan@HOME.COM>
Subject:      Re: Epoxy and Coolant temp tolerance
Comments: To: Max/Joyce Wellhouse <maxjoyce@IPA.NET>
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It's always better to use the right tool for the right purpose. Same with epoxy. I'd go with the Bars Leaks product for this repair, but I'd also be checking the yards for a replacement. Repeated heating and cooling will cause failure of the bond sooner or later.

Max/Joyce Wellhouse wrote: > > Stuart: Beg to differ on the "epoxy is epoxy" comment. Read the fine print > of the 5 minute epoxies in the hardware stores. Most say"not water proof" > and not a good choice for any cooing system I'll bet. > -- Stuart MacMillan

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