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A picture of the [http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_y3E7xyrMVVw/SMkEEY6VxSI/AAAAAAAAAFE/DQ84Dh7eRzc/s1600-h/RadiatorInstalled.jpg Radiator Installed].
 
A picture of the [http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_y3E7xyrMVVw/SMkEEY6VxSI/AAAAAAAAAFE/DQ84Dh7eRzc/s1600-h/RadiatorInstalled.jpg Radiator Installed].
  
The radiator came with documentation clearly stating that the coolant must be non Alkali.  Having [http://www.geocities.com/dtmcbride/home_garden/auto/antifreeze.html read up] on the various options, I think the best and easiest to get hold of is "Prestone Extended Life antifreeze/coolant" which is available from Repco and Super cheap (this is not the "Dex Cool Prestone" product, which Japanese manufactures seem to dislike).
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The radiator came with documentation clearly stating that the coolant must be non Alkali.  Having [https://web.archive.org/web/20091021162046/http://geocities.com/dtmcbride/home_garden/auto/antifreeze.html read up] on the various options, I think the best and easiest to get hold of is "Prestone Extended Life antifreeze/coolant" which is available from Repco and Super cheap (this is not the "Dex Cool Prestone" product, which Japanese manufactures seem to dislike).
  
 
-- Main.PhilipCourt - 06 Sep 2008
 
-- Main.PhilipCourt - 06 Sep 2008

Latest revision as of 18:04, 18 September 2020

We are using this radiator mounted in the front of the Saker: http://www.a1radiators.net.nz/products/suzuki/alto

A picture of the Radiator Installed.

The radiator came with documentation clearly stating that the coolant must be non Alkali. Having read up on the various options, I think the best and easiest to get hold of is "Prestone Extended Life antifreeze/coolant" which is available from Repco and Super cheap (this is not the "Dex Cool Prestone" product, which Japanese manufactures seem to dislike).

-- Main.PhilipCourt - 06 Sep 2008