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Went all over looking for "IAT" (Inorganic Additive Technoligy) type antifreeze for an old cast iron block with a copper and brass radiator.I am looking for a Brand name product. Every auto store or jobber place I went to  was "buffamoomed" when I asked for it specifically.Their "idea" of an old car now is a 92 Buick I guess. None of them ever heard of it. I guess that's probably because the motor is twice as old as the guys behind the counter and they have never seen a copper rad. Warning.... know exactly what you need and are looking for in a case like this because they will try and sell you what ever they have on the shelf! Can anyone give me the name of a chain of an auto supply store that would carry what I need.



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I got mine at Napa used in farm tractors. When I am not sure I call the manufacturer for my answer. YAntifreeze.jpegAntifreeze1.jpegou can GOOGLE them and they will have a contact number on their web site. 



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So far I have gone to at least 6 automotive supply jobber places looking for a brand name " original green" IAT formula antifreeze for my motor. The closest anyone came was one of them offered their generic no name brand that they said "mixed with any type of antifreeze". I can't believe that this would turn into such an ordeal! I have spent more on gas than it will cost for the antifreeze! This is becoming frustrating.



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South Shore wrote:

So far I have gone to at least 6 automotive supply jobber places looking for a brand name " original green" IAT formula antifreeze for my motor. The closest anyone came was one of them offered their generic no name brand that they said "mixed with any type of antifreeze". I can't believe that this would turn into such an ordeal! I have spent more on gas than it will cost for the antifreeze! This is becoming frustrating.


 Find an Amsoil dealer and use their anti-freeze. It's propylene glycol. Remember to only use distilled water for dilution.

http://www.amsoil.com/shop/by-product/other-products/antifreeze/low-toxicity-antifreeze-and-engine-coolant/?code=ANT1G-EA



-- Edited by Petebil on Wednesday 13th of April 2016 08:50:56 AM

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