Thanks for the research, Paul. Since I can't use the orange coolant in my
cars, I guess I'll just give it to the dog. I hear they love it.
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Subject: Re: coolant
> Found it. June and July's Patrick Bedard articles:
> Paul Root wrote:
> > The pair of articles in Car & Driver (I think?) a few months back
> > that someone posted links to (Barney? or maybe Max?) says no, don't use
> > orange.
> > The best stuff to use for old cars like ours, according to the Zerex guy
> > in the article was, surprise, Zerex, but a special one. Something like
> > Z06 or something. I don't remember now. I looked for it at 3 or 4
> > places, no luck.
> > Anyway, search the articles from a month or so ago about overheating.
> > Or see if you can find something on caranddriver.com. I couldn't in
> > 2 minutes, but that doesn't mean anythig.
> > MonteMorris wrote:
> >>Can we use the "orange" type antifreeze in our MGs or just the "green"
> >>What's the difference; they both say ethylene glycol on them?
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