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the way I always have done it is pull the hose that comes out of the crankcase and drain it from there.
 

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The best way would be to pull the one that comes out of the water pump and put it down the exhaust hole into a pan. On mine I had to blow on one end to get it all out.
 

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wakeboarderboy said:
The best way would be to pull the one that comes out of the water pump and put it down the exhaust hole into a pan. On mine I had to blow on one end to get it all out.
thats how I did mine.
 

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Just use regular green coolant, most come where you can use them with any coolant so they won't jell up. If your sled has a problem with cooling, add some coolant additive such as this: http://www.royalpurple.com/radiator-additive-mc.html
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regular coolant mixed with de mineralized water 50/50. If you want it all out or out fast use a shop vac on a hose end.
 

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wakeboarderboy said:
Any regular coolant will be fine, and as said, mix 50/50 with water.
Use distilled water, its like $0.89 a gallon at walmart, it will keep minerals deposits from building up.


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regular coolant mixed with de mineralized water 50/50. If you want it all out or out fast use a shop vac on a hose end.
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