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there is another thread that is trying to explain the clumps, but they do not seem to be because of the Ford Gold, it seems to be the internal coating on the EGR cooler that gets suspended from high heat low flow coolant, aka something is slowing the coolant down/you are getting on it constantly. that is what a PHD is saying it is the EGR cooler borate coating that is killing the coolant and eventually the engine. Studies are in the works.
08 F350 CCSB Lariat - massaged exhaust, MiniMaxx, AFE Stage 2, Flo-Pro CAC pipe, CCV modded 2" leveling kit. soon to come - EGR delete, sinister intake elbow
Traded in 06 F350 CCLB - 5" diamond eye exhaust, sct (removed before selling), coolant filter, high idle