Great way to free up seized engines!!! - The Combine Forum

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Great way to free up seized engines!!!



Over the past 2 years I have added to my collection of vintage cars and tractors. I purchased a 1948 Ford 2N tractor at an auction that had not run for at least 6 years. I bought a 1932 Chev 2-door that hadn't run since the mid-70's. Both previous owners said the engines were running when parked and that they had put oil in the cylinders. Both engines were seized tight. I worked for 2 years on the tractor and one year on the car, using the best penetrating oils available, turning cranks every time I walked by, trying to turn the flywheels backward, rocking vehicles in gear and jumping on bumpers. Nothing worked.

Then I heard a rumor about magic stuff that was guaranteed to work. I located your website and found a testimonial from a friend who had successfully used your product. I ordered enough to treat the 2 engines. As luck would have it, the Chev. broke free last week the day before the engine release arrived and didn't require the treatment (would have been nice to have it freed a year ago!).

I started treating the tractor as per your instructions, 1 oz. per day per cylinder for 3 days, then wait for a week. I don't have that much patience. I tried to turn the flywheel backwards on day 4. No luck. Day 5, it moved. In half an hour, slowly working the flywheel and the crank alternately, it is free !

I will be keeping the other 3 cans of Engine Release for future use or to share with friends.

Bill Vincent, Dryden, Ontario

Thanks for your product.

Kits are available online for only $19.95
+6.95 S&H per kit. Delivery takes 10-14
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