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Old 08-11-2003, 06:08 PM
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Gilly Gilly is offline
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Yeah, I guess I see your point.
Maybe the best course of action is to either buy an antifreeze tester or just have it checked at a garage, they should be willing to do this for you, it's not a big deal, and decide how much you'd want to drain out to get it to the freezing point you'd like to have.
You can find decent anti-freeze testers in lots of locations, try either a department/discount store or an auto parts place should have them pretty cheap too, Autozone, PepBoys, places like that, and check it out, I assume it should be pretty well mixed up by now (just like us!)

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