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Re: Sorry----282 with manifold water leak
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I'm unable to delete the extras, very sorry and embarrassed. The stud hole has a leak into the water jacket. It seems to be deep at the end. I just wondered the best way to stop or fix it.

Posted on: 9/14 16:20
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deleting multiple posts
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Could no figure out how to address deleting the multiple enters sorry

Posted on: 9/13 9:09
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Sorry----282 with manifold water leak
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bgalla
Well it looks like it was well posted! Sorry everyone!

Posted on: 9/12 17:05
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
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bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 17:01
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
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Quite a regular

bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 17:01
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
#6
Quite a regular
Quite a regular

bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 16:59
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
#7
Quite a regular
Quite a regular

bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 16:59
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
#8
Quite a regular
Quite a regular

bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 16:59
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
#9
Quite a regular
Quite a regular

bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 16:59
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282 water leak from manifold bolt
#10
Quite a regular
Quite a regular

bgalla
Restoring a 120 C, complete off the body with a full engine rebuild. A trial start up with the engine etc.in the chassis. Went well, fired right up. Ran it 5 min. Broke my arm patting my self on the back. The next day I noted a small leak running down the side of the engine block from the third from the rear manifold stud. Took off the manifolds and the stud was leaking around the threads. The stud wobbled a little when almost completely in this prompted a Time Sert sleeve insert. Refilled the radiator, gasket sealed the threads and the leak is almost nothing but still there. Suggestions! thanks

Posted on: 9/12 16:59
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