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Old 12-06-2018, 06:03 AM
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Bawahaaaaaa

I was just reading that ad.

Not sure Jake could deal with a 6.0! His luck, the trans would force him into the shop, which would lead to the standard 6l problems, which would lead to the rear axle coming apart, which would lead to firm failure, which would lead to....
That's just his luck, no matter how how solid of a truck it is.
Lol. That's no chit!!
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Iíve had way better luck repairing cast iron with 7018 than I have with nickel rod. 7018 is softer and seems to melt/bond into the cast in my opinion. Iím sure itís been done both ways with success.
Dam. Another for 7018.. still not sure if i want to do that.. my luck, it will cack like a mofo..

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Peen the hell out of it.

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Old 12-07-2018, 09:24 PM
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Nah.... im just going to drill each end of the crack, tap them and plug them then add a sealer to the coolant and see how that works out.

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Old 12-07-2018, 09:26 PM
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Sealer? I'd bypass your heater core until that stuff subsides.
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Old 12-07-2018, 09:28 PM
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Assume your talking about using something like Bara stop leak? Def bypass your core for a bit. I still think a smear of a belzona grade epoxy would work
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I always preferred the "silver seal" if I had to use something.

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Old 12-08-2018, 11:15 AM
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I’m gonna add my vote for Belzona.
I’ve got a friend with a couple dozen restored hit and miss engines. I’ve seen him repair head bolt holes, cylinder walls, and egged out rod ends with that stuff.
The best was an old cylinder that had had water in it for a couple decades, and had tremendous pits in it. The piston was so seized in the bottom of the bore that it hung in his shop for several weeks with some concoction that he mixes up and swears will unstick anything. They finally managed to unstick, and beat the piston out, he Belzona’d the cylinder wall, honed it, and that motor runs again.
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Iím gonna add my vote for Belzona.
Iíve got a friend with a couple dozen restored hit and miss engines. Iíve seen him repair head bolt holes, cylinder walls, and egged out rod ends with that stuff.
The best was an old cylinder that had had water in it for a couple decades, and had tremendous pits in it. The piston was so seized in the bottom of the bore that it hung in his shop for several weeks with some concoction that he mixes up and swears will unstick anything. They finally managed to unstick, and beat the piston out, he Belzonaíd the cylinder wall, honed it, and that motor runs again.
I also agree for a non-weld fix. Belzona is absolutely unreal. We used it at CAT to fix worn out water grommets and deck surfaces on C15s. Stuff is tough.

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Old 12-08-2018, 01:12 PM
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I used it on a 6.5 deck that was eroded by dexcool
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Old 12-09-2018, 09:08 AM
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Belzona has many different products so do some research. I have used many of them working maintenance in refineries.


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