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gto587
    
I found some antifreeze in the bottom of the crankcase of my 56 Ford 232.
I'm guessing I may have a bad head gasket or cracked head. Are any of the liquid sealers like Thermaseal worth trying?
posted: November 23, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
anti freeze will eat the babbit off of the bearings my wifes cousin let the garage tell him there would be no problem with agood rincing of the engine in a 98 model year car after a heated discussion. less than 2000 miles later he blue a rod 200 miles from home .taking it back to the dealer ,they fixed it with new short block for $3750.00 . after more heated talk they gave him a break ??????/ and only charged him $1550.00 CLEAN THAT ANTI FREEZE OUT BEFORE YOU RUN THAT ENGINE.
posted:  November 23, 2011
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