/ Ford 1920 antifreeze leak at block fitting #11
- Dec 31, 2011
- southern wisconsin
- Bobcat Toolcat 5610G, Deere X744, Cub Cadet IH 982
Here is the socket I used.
Perfect. Thank you!Well I guess I was searching the wrong terms. Found some more info for what appears to be a common problem. Sorry for all the questions folks and thanks again for the advice.
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I'm also a big fan of red atf 50:50 with acetone. I put it in one of these and use the compressor - never going back to liquid wrench or pb blasterWD40 is basically worthless as a penetrant. All it's really good for is water displacement. Blaster is much better and a mix of red ATF and acetone is even better and cheaper.