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Old 05-03-2006, 07:02 PM   #11
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It can help you heads from cracking in the winter time.
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It can help you heads from cracking in the winter time.
That I don't really understand.
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It'* rare. But in extreme cold, the shock to the heads from the thermostat opening has cracked heads. I've not heard of it happening to 3800'* though.
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It'* rare. But in extreme cold, the shock to the heads from the thermostat opening has cracked heads. I've not heard of it happening to 3800'* though.
Thank'* for the clarification, I'd never heard of that happening in any engine.
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me either.

I'd assume this is in the old days..?
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