[TR] Water Wetter

Paul Tegler ptegler at verizon.net
Wed Oct 3 19:02:45 MDT 2018

water wetter is nothing more than a surfactant.   soap!

Grandad use to poor a cap full of dish soap in his big old farm 
tractor....use to brag about oulasting his neigbors on hot work days

note:...the cheap[er (the soap) the better. No fancy degreasers, 
perfumes etc.  I did it in an Spit years back where I just could not 
seem to get rid of the air bubble in the head. Worked without issue


On 10/3/2018 4:37 PM, Ron L'Herault wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
>     1. Re: Runs hot (dave)
>     2. Re: Runs hot (Randall)
>     3. Re: Runs hot (Wbeech at flash.net)
>     4. Re: ZS 175 carbs (Geo Hahn)
> FWIW, I bought a GT6+ new in 1970.  Besides being an oven on the inside, the
> engine always ran with the needle in the middle of or beyond the middle of
> the temp gauge and that worried me.  I put water wetter in the cooling
> system and it consistently ran cooler.  Traded the car in for a nice red '71
> TR-6, but that's another story.
> Ron L
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