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Old 10-18-2009, 06:02 AM
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Hot Tank, Acid Dip, & Magnaflux

Got my Merc 8ba engine stripped and need to hot tank or acid dip and magnaflux the block. Problem is I have no idea where to get this done here in the Seattle-Tacoma area of Washington State.
Any ideas? Suggestions? Google searches suck. Help???

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Don't know exactly but any good engine shop would be able to provide these services for you. Look in the yellow pages under " Engines, Rebuilding & Exchange".
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Haven't been over here for a while! did you find a place to clean your block and mag check it?
hopefully you can or did find a flathead guru.
I just took 2 blocks to a basic engine shop and they totally missed a crack that was so dang obvious (once it had been cleaned) I don't even think they looked at it?)
I should have taken it to my regular flathead guy but he's retiring from the commercial shop and his access to their tank is I think becoming limited?? or maybe he was just so busy that the last one I left for him took forever.
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