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Radiator Over Flow Tank

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by custodian, Jul 30, 2020 at 6:15 PM.

  1. custodian

    custodian Full Access Member

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    Looking for a radiator over flow tank for my 85 C10. The one that was on it was cracked and was the one used with a 6.2 diesel.
     
  2. oldretiredafguy

    oldretiredafguy Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Got one for my '88 from LMC. Good quality and reasonable price. PN 32-0096. $19.95.
     
  3. RedBeard_83

    RedBeard_83 Full Access Member

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    I went a different route [​IMG]

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  4. custodian

    custodian Full Access Member

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    I like that.
     
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  5. RedBeard_83

    RedBeard_83 Full Access Member

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    It's pretty simple to do and stands out over the factory plastic one

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