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Old 07-01-2006, 01:54 AM   #1
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a friend has a 94 with a pin hole in radiator and is short on money right now is there a ez way to rig it? (screw,j b weld) ??? i suggested a junk yard but she dosnt have money for it right now? please help
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BARRS Stop Leak...make sure you do it right though, you can kill a water pump or clog the radiator if you dont follow ALL the instructions
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Personally..I've heard Bars is good stuff.

However..I've used and had great success with a powder. I think it'* called Alum Seal or something like that. It'* in a tube that looks a little larger diameter than a roll of quarters. Looks like a gray powder.
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Personally..I've heard Bars is good stuff.

However..I've used and had great success with a powder. I think it'* called Alum Seal or something like that. It'* in a tube that looks a little larger diameter than a roll of quarters. Looks like a gray powder.
Yup, I've used that, too. I believe that Bars is even making a version of it now. Advance and Autozone both carry it.
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thank you i will go get her some
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Tin of chew works pretty well too....Gotta get the cope long cut
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