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important question, if the rads are copper, and the blocks are copper with nickel plating, will there be any of that metal corrosion or something?
    
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No there should not be any corrosion with the mix of metal you are talking about in the first post. Aluminum is the main thing to watch out for. It's bad to mix with copper.
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important question, if the rads are copper, and the blocks are copper with nickel plating, will there be any of that metal corrosion or something?
No. You will be good.
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no. You will be good.
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