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It turns out that the seals on my rotary shaft fit very loose, and my mechanic suspects that that is where the antifreeze got into my oil. I also found out that one of my pistons is "snow scored" so I am replacing that as well. Apparantly someone took teh engine apart and didn't put good rotary seals in the intake. Crank and bearings were inspected and are good so that's a plus. Just thought you might like to know how I made out....$600 later....
 

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The oil seals on the shaft were loose, and the seals around the intake were improperly installed causing scroing of the MAG piston on the intake side. That is what the mech. told me. We'll see when I have a look at the piston.
 

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600$, ouch
 At least you probably saved that much in gas money because of this %&#* winter we're having.
 

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the bill will suck..that's a fact...but I might have prevented a walk with the wolves...
 

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Too bad it happened but you did catch it before it caused more damage, somewhere you may of had to walk with wolves.!
 

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Yeah....that works for me...they are hungry this year...
 
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