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    Default Old School Engine Assembly

    So guesses on the "red stuff" in the bottom of the engine stand after assembling the engine.

    Old schoool guys no fair answering.
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    Atf?
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    Marvel

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    I'm liking the COP action! Marvel X2!
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    marvel mystery oil
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    ATF for the piston rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    ATF for the piston rings
    Must be REAL old school...
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    When we change out pistons and sleeves/liner out in the field we use joes hand cleaner on the o rings and atf on the piston rings. My guess wouls be marvel, how does it smell?

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    Default Those rough edges produce..

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    atf mixed with stp for a red/clear slime.. When I was 15 my dad decided to blow up the jeep motor at the dunes!!!LOL so I got my first taste of engine stuff. This was the stuff he mixed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveo143 View Post
    I'm liking the COP action! Marvel X2!
    I think that's CNP.
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    I'll take a bow. The youngest guy here, but I was taught by the best, peoples.

    Marvel was my second guess though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    Marvel
    Ever heard it called Witch Hazel?

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    It's ATF...yes I was taught by the old timers and I'm 48...BTW..INFO (RON) is 50...he is considered a "old timer"
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