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Any problems mixing the two together? The mechanic says no ,or should I drain the system and put one color in?
 

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Stick with green only...............Death Cool should be avoided at all costs.[/b]
Ill drain her right fu---ing now thanks , how do i get it all out? drain hose?
 

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What about yellow? Jug of 5 year prestone looks like pis. What do you have against red. Oh yeh . That time of the month. :boogieboy:
 

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Had Dex-Cool in my sleds since 2003 with zero issues.

One of the reasons automakers switched to it back in the day was because traditional green isn't aluminum friendly (silicates, etc.) and car engine blocks and heads started to be made out of aluminum.

Guess what sled engines and cooling systems are made of?
 

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Had Dex-Cool in my sleds since 2003 with zero issues.

One of the reasons automakers switched to it back in the day was because traditional green isn't aluminum friendly (silicates, etc.) and car engine blocks and heads started to be made out of aluminum.

Guess what sled engines and cooling systems are made of?[/b]

Friendly or not on paper, traditional coolant causes far less issues than dex cool.
 
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