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myoldjalopy
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Re: Radweld

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Hi, I see that, like my replacement, yours has a plastic overflow pipe rather than the nice brass pipe on my old one. It also had a nice brass tap but the replacement has a rather more flimsy looking one. It'll do the job though and the old tap was seized up anyway so I could never use it. I might have a go at freeing it up now the thing is out of the car. At least the new one has the bottom fitting for the heater hose which runs along the engine bay floor. As you can see the fan blade guard had fallen off as well! :roll:
brass pipe and tap on old rad
brass pipe and tap on old rad
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