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I've used Stop-Leak, the Silver stuff, and various other items in 
older cars.

IMHO: they're suited for short-term use when your radiator springs a 
leak and you can't stop for repairs for a few days.

The do NOT substitute for having a radiator removed from the vehicle, 
rodded out to clean out gunk, then re-soldered as necessary.  This 
is, ***IMHO*** much preferable to replacing a radiator for $200+ when 
you can get it cleaned out and working like new for $60-$80.

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