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Old 12-16-2018, 09:50 PM   #1
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Winterization - Air or AntiFreeze?

This topic is always a hot button. In my opinion, either way is fine; the only wrong way is to not try, it is a simple procedure and nothing to fear. No sense paying the dealer if you have the time to do it yourself.

Don't laugh too hard but I am trying my hand at YouTube Videos again. Its just a hobby and I am not trying to monetize anything so take it easy on the hate mail.

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This topic is always a hot button. In my opinion, either way is fine; the only wrong way is to not try, it is a simple procedure and nothing to fear. No sense paying the dealer if you have the time to do it yourself.

Don't laugh too hard but I am trying my hand at YouTube Videos again. Its just a hobby and I am not trying to monetize anything so take it easy on the hate mail.

I got the pop corn.
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