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I have used a gallon antifreeze jug. The race track required a puke can and it was handy.
I have been at this a long time also. Don't claim to know much but when something appears to look stupid questions need to be asked and not just...
And what wrong with searching the minds of the supposed know it all's. I might even learn something or is that what your afraid of?
What would that inspection stamp look like?
If I have to spell it out. 22" opening 26" radiator and GTX.
Go back and read post #1 and tell me what don't look right.
I just dont see a 22" opening for a 26" radiator. The opening on my 68 RT matches the 26" radiator. Why would Plymouth do any different?
What is the 5th letter of the vin?
That depends upon the date of build.
With out looking at the vin I would think someone got screwed.
So you changed to a clutch fan and now it overheats. That should tell you something. Did the fan diameter, number of blades or distance from the...
I understand there is an A/C supplier in the valley that should be able to supply all that you may need. At one time this would have been as...
Would have to look but don't think mine are tem fans. There use to be options and temp fans were only used with AC.
Fans are worthless on the hyway. Only reason to have one is low speed travel. That 1/8" hole lets the trapped air out of the block. Remember the...
Drop the whole unit. Takes less than 30 minutes. Only need to remove the glove box for access. About 6 nuts on engine side.
One hose is 5/8 the other 1/2. It will take an adapter to connect the two.
Stay away from any type flex fan. And if you will not head the warnning check the blades often.
Install a puke bottle and forget it if not over heating. If no leaks it will pull back in what it needs.
Anything beats a folded over flatened fin that no air flows threw no matter the cosmetic.
If your looking for that factory original look "yes".
Do not see where making something functional again is a waste of time.