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Blue Antifreeze

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Salmons
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Blue Antifreeze

Post by Salmons » Wed Dec 12, 2018 11:14 am

Has anyone experience of using AUTOCHEM ? or can advise on the best and most reasonably priced antifreeze to use.

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Vortex O'Plinth
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Re: Blue Antifreeze

Post by Vortex O'Plinth » Wed Dec 12, 2018 11:24 am

I've just changed mine in the SP and other cars - I bought 10 litres of Bluecol here. It was as cheap as I could find at the time.
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Re: Blue Antifreeze

Post by classiclife » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:22 pm

Hello Salmons,

I have been using Granville Sub Zero Blue for many years in various classics and have to say it is an excellent product.

More often than not under £20 from eBay but looks as though Amazon is doing people a favour at the moment with this !!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013VN774E/ ... 4341664144

If you shop around you will get the best price that suits you.

Have to say, I tend to use a lot of Granville products and yet to encounter an issue. The company is UK based as is their products and decently priced.

Hope this helps ??

Regards.

Richard.

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