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Was at my local marine dealer ...

Mechanic was poo pooing our seafoam shock treatment ...says it eats up seals ...

I guess if somthing takes work away from them it CAN't be any good ... LOL

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It doesn't "eat up seals." Great white sharks eat up seals. Seafoam is safer than most chemicals on rubber parts, ethanol included.

I don't think you could hurt anything with Seafoam. Well, maybe paint, carbon buildup, oil sludge, etc.
 

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i bought a can of it yesterday, i have 2 boat, 1 truck and a motorcycle i'm going to treat it with. kinda wondering if i should follow the mixing directions on the can or does anyone have a special mix ratio i should go with? i also hear the lucas treatment is good too? any opinions on that?
 

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i bought a can of it yesterday, i have 2 boat, 1 truck and a motorcycle i'm going to treat it with. kinda wondering if i should follow the mixing directions on the can or does anyone have a special mix ratio i should go with? i also hear the lucas treatment is good too? any opinions on that?
http://www.microskiff.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1239840138

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