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Thread: Frost plug installation.

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    Frost plug installation.

    Not a mustang but the old Plymouth. Uses the concave style frost plugs. (Not the newer cup ones)

    Install seems pretty straight forward. Place in hole curve out.

    Use large round punch to indent.

    But the mixed messages seem to be weather to install dry or to put on some sort of sealant first.

    Opinions?
    Last edited by 5.4MarkVIII; 06-08-2022 at 12:51 PM.

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    I use gasket shellac on all hammer in frost plugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZR View Post
    I use gasket shellac on all hammer in frost plugs.
    K. Iíll pick some up. Some sources were saying just a rvt silicone.

    Just wanted to make sure.

    Thanks

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    All I can say, never a leaker to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZR View Post
    All I can say, never a leaker to date.
    Thatís what Iím hoping to accomplish lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZR View Post
    I use gasket shellac on all hammer in frost plugs.
    Permatex brown bottle?
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    Yes, several other similar products out there as well.

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