Install this freeze plug about 1/32" below the surface of the block. MRG-6379), which is available at any good local automotive parts store, right inside the cup of the freeze plug.
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Do your best to get the hole in the very center and without distorting the freeze plug.
Easier said than done, but if you use a step drill bit, or step up slowly to 3/4" you can be pretty exact.
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