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Thread: How to Temporarily Fix Minor Radiator Leaks

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    A good product I use is called quicksteel, even hardens under water. Comes in a putty or liquid form

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    I intend to carry some of that 'Rapid Fix' stuff when travelling away from 'civilisation'. Haven't bought any yet though, 'cos it has a limited shelf life of about 12 to 18 months I believe. Bunnings have it.

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    was very helpful...... thanks
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    My choice would be a little pkt of silver flakes available from all Auto shops I would imagine.
    Wont stuff your motor like Chemiweld or similar. Idle engine tip flakes in and watch before your eyes the leak stop.
    Everyone should have some in their tool kit about the size of a roll of 10c coins. Plus Cheap as Chips AA++
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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