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And you would have to replace most of the coolant with anti-freeze
Which would wreak a lot of havoc on your pump and waterblock seals.
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Which would wreak a lot of havoc on your pump and waterblock seals.
And then I would get anti-freeze in my pool? umm....I guess pool-cooling is not for montrealers......hmmmm......
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Dude, do you just not want to have to spend a lot of money? Because if you want to WC on tha cheap check out NOL's bong cooler thread. I read that and that sounds like the coolest thing evar.!!
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