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Best source for Engine Ice?

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    eh?

    I called Pep-boys & Autozone... no dice.

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    I have just been told that G&G cycles in Salisbury has it in stock and on the shelf if you need it.


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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    pete i picked up some today, do you want me to grab a bottle for ya and bring it down to VIR?

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    If your local AutoZone doesn't carry it call the AutoZones in surrounding towns. I bought a couple of bottles from them last year.

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    I have an extra bottle (and can get it locally), I can bring you some if you want.

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    had the same issue, i called a Speed shop and told them to order it for me.

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    hmmmm......

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    I have several botles in stock

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    Thanks for the offers guys (yes Jane, that includes you ) ... i'll let ya know

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    Best source for Engine Ice?

    I'm pretty sure engine ice is just Propylene Glycol mixed 50/50 with deionized water. Go to your Autozone, look for the coolant marked "Marine / RV Antifreeze" and check the ingredients, you should find that it's the same stuff. When I was in my autozone yesterday it was like 7.50 a gallon, just remember to premix it with water, deionized is best as it removes the possibility of sediment in your radiator but I've always used plain old tap water in my radiators and never had a problem...

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