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Old 02-25-2019, 01:53 PM   #21
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Old 03-24-2019, 02:55 PM   #22
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Just an update. I made my own "links" from the water pumps to the rad out of 2" exhaust pipe. Seems to work well. After the trial run in the pic I took them off and powder coated them. [IMG][/IMG]
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I put the motor back in my '35 1-1/2ton but don't know what I need for lower rad hoses. When I pulled the motor (and rad) there was just straight hoses from the pumps to the rad BUT, someone had stacked two sets of motor mounts to raise the motor so the inlets/outlets would line up. They then had to cut a notch in the frame so the pass side exhaust could clear because the engine was too high. I fixed the frame and put new motor mounts but now the top of the water pump inlets are in line with the bottom of the rad outlets so it appears I need a "Z" shaped hose or perhaps there was a "Z" shaped pipe that attached with two short hose sections. Then again, it COULD be the wrong rad perhaps.Truck is a '35, engine is a '47 if that matters.
The 8BA hoses worked perfect on my 36 Pickup.
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