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Radiator pin hole / what would you do?

 
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You mean the "Original Vancouver?"

no....Buckley, about 20 miles E of the Aroma of Tacoma. (Right near Enumscratch)
 
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If all else fails, I've used JB Weld as a quick "temporary" patch for various part of my trucks. I don't think I'd wanna trust it for the long term, well at least in any area prone to continued corrosion, but it does the trick.
 
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I second the epoxy for a good quick fix. Implement the six P's as Jules has indicated and it should work like a charm.

Proper planning prevents pi$$ poor performance.
 
 
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