Silicate free antifreeze

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Silicate free antifreeze

Post #1 by Beetleman » Sat Jan 14, 2017 6:59 pm

I don't know if you can read this or not but I found a antifreeze reference chart on O'Reilly auto parts web site. Handy for finding a silicate free antifreeze.
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Re: Silicate free antifreeze

Post #2 by propav8r » Tue Feb 07, 2017 5:11 pm

Nice. Right click>open image in new tab makes them a little bigger, or just Ctrl+ to zoom in. I filled my '78 up with G05 yesterday. Might be worth a drain and a trip back to the parts store for Zerex Asian vehicle coolant.
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Re: Silicate free antifreeze

Post #3 by JoelDean » Thu Jul 13, 2017 1:43 pm

I just bought the Zerex Asian vehicle for my '78 GW. Seemed like a no-brainer since it clearly states "Silicate & Borate Free" on the front label. Decent price at O'Reilly too. This is what the jug I bought looks like:
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