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Old 12-20-2011, 04:39 PM   #11
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Here in OKC we had several days last winter where we hit zero degrees. The anti freeze undiluted is good to minus 50 so I believe a little dilution will be safe. Not sure where in LA you live but in the 22 years I was in New Orleans I don't remember any zero degree days. Although my graduation from UNO was cancelled due to a snow storm.

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Old 12-20-2011, 05:03 PM   #12
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I live near Hot Springs, AR but my folks live around Lafayette where I'll be heading Friday. I work for a company in OKC and will probably work a lot in OK this winter. My original intention was to use this Solera on my jobs but I'm wondering if it will hold up to those extreme conditions for full time occupancy for months at a time. I may have to limit its use for work to the Spring and Fall.

Wow! Snow in 'Nawlins?? They must have sold a LOT of gumbo that winter! LOL I remember a few years back when the GOM froze for a few miles out from shore.

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