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Be Cool Radiators 25002

Be Coolant Super Duty Engine Coolant 1 Gallon Bottles (2 PACK)

Be Cool Radiators 25002


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Be Cool Radiators 25002 Be Coolant Super Duty Engine Coolant 1 Gallon Bottles (2 PACK) $52.99
Be Coolant Super Duty Engine Coolant
  • 1 Gallon Bottles (2 Pack)

  • Be Coolant Super Duty Coolant Protects Your Engine Investment!

    Be Coolant is an Extended-Life, Super Duty Coolant & Anti-freeze that is ideal for all applications. Be Coolant features an earth-friendly biodegradable, propylene glycol formula that protects cooling systems and aluminum components down to -26° (F).
    Be Coolant is pre-mixed and provides 7-years or 300,000 miles of extended-life coolant protection that is ideal for all performance and severe duty applications including American, European, and Asian high performance cars as well as diesel-powered tow vehicles and RVs.
    Additionally, Be Coolant features a self-sealing capability that is ideal for sealing hairline cracks in aluminum blocks and heads. Its unique proprietary stop-leak protection formula chemically bonds to all metals.
    Be Coolant is Made In The USA, is compatible with all colors of coolant and all types of radiators, comes ready to use in recyclable gallon jugs.

  • Pre-mixed ready to use
  • 300,000 mile coolant
  • 7-year extended life
  • Biodegradable
  • Protects to -26°F
  • Boiling point 267°F (@ 15psi)
  • Is it critical to get every drop of conventional coolant out prior to using this product? In the event of a cooling system leak with this product is it permissible to add water to make it to a destination?

    Asked by: racemechanic
    "Is it critical to get every drop" is a bit exaggerated. As long as you get most of it out, you will be fine. If you do have an incident that requires the use of water you can add some.
    Answered by: Dean R
    Date published: 2017-11-20
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