[DMCForum] Re: Electrolytic corrosion/Martin, Bill, Walt
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[DMCForum] Re: Electrolytic corrosion/Martin, Bill, Walt



Exactly what are you afraid your coolant expansion tank is going to
weld itself to?

Mine is aluminum BTW (apparently at some time someone was making them
from something other than stainless). Fits the pontoon rivnuts
perfectly, has the proper neck, etc, so it's obviously a DeLo
application. Bring a stainless bottle to Pigeon Forge -- if you like
it I'll trade.

Bill Robertson
#5939

>--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <webmaster@xxxx> wrote:
> Seems like a lot of effort just so you can have stainless coolant
system
> parts.... I'm NO EXPERT on this stuff, I just think I'd rather steer
> clear from stainless in the cooling system.
>
> *shrugs*
>
> Martin
>
> Scott Mueller wrote:
>
> >Sacrificial Anode!
> >Marine engines have them.
> >Sometimes they screw into the water-jacket.
> >Kind of like your hot water heater used to have.
> >A plumber told me once that the anodes can deteriorate in a few
years. If
> >people would replace the anode every two to three years, the water
heater
> >tank would last a lot longer.
> >
> > 
> >



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