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Old 05-23-2011, 11:14 AM
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Mobil Cat EC-1 coolant

I have an uncle that works for Cat so i asked if he could get me come ELC coolant. The stuff he brought me is 50/50 and only got 4 gallons of it since i thought it would be pure. Should i get enough to fill the whole system since its already diluted? and is the the correct stuff i should be using?

This is a link to what i got ExxonMobil Introduces New Mobil Delvac Extended Life Coolant/Anti-Freeze | Business Wire

Also i picked up some restore from my cummins dealer but they didnt carry the restore + guess ill have to find some place online for that.

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they can order the restore + if they carry restore. You probably just got a lazy parts person.
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And you need concentrated coolant not 50/50.
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Old 05-23-2011, 01:22 PM
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Dangit i was hoping to save a few bucks on coolant....ohhhh well!
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you realize half the money you spend on 50/50 mix is for water right? you can get a whole gallon of distilled for less than a dollar.
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you realize half the money you spend on 50/50 mix is for water right? you can get a whole gallon of distilled for less than a dollar.
I surely do realize that, if i actually paid for it i would have made sure i was getting concentrated. And i picked up plenty of distilled water for $.68 cents a gallon today. Ill pick up 2 gallons of concentrate soon and use the 4 gallons of 50/50 then top off the rest with distilled water.
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The idea is that you will have a lot of water left in the system after the flush and you refill with concentrate that way your mix is correct when your done.
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If he works at Cat, then have him return it and get the concentrate. I still have an employee discount at Cat, so I just went to the local parts counter and asked for the concentrate. His parts dept. should have it
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my truck only took 4 gallons of concentrate after i did my flush. I have a gallon of 50/50 i keep in the truck for when i change my coolant filters
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