| I would like to offer you my condolences.....you are "indeed" dumber
| then the proverbial "sack of hammers".
Thank you for caring. That's so rare, these days.
| Why do people do this on the internet. Instead of researching the
| facts before they open their yap.....they simply make incorrect
| assertions. I suppose anyone that knows me from my posts, knows
| that I hate this sort of thing. Unfortunately...it's almost an obsession
| with me (pointing out untrue things on these newsgroups) that probably
| irritates a lot of folks.
The UUenet is a like a public highway. Any idiot can drive on it. Your'e here.
| Anyway......have at her, Lazimodo. Hopefully, no one will make
| any decisions about automotive type things based on your stupidity!
I would leave that to you entirely. Your 'expert opinions' sometimes include
that is factually wrong and when challenged you (and your idiot buddy) go off on
droll laments about tangential crap that obscures your own error. You two must
service-counter together somewhere.
At any rate, the point I originally made about coolant properties is even more
an engine that has iron block and aluminum heads, which some 3.1 GM engines do
have. The fact remains that the 3.1 is available in a number of block, head and
configurations. My Buick is Alum/Alum/Alum alloy. Good Day.
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