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In Reply to: 8n radiator capacity posted by stevem on Saturday, December 07, 2013:
Bob, I knew as soon as I went back to the site someone would let me know!! It is a 51 8N...clumsy fingers and saw as I sent it but was too late. Tried to add a correction but something happened and it would not send. Thanks for noticing.
On my thermostat I drilled a 1/8" hole at the outer edge outsideof the working mechanism. Since the thermostat is in the hose up away from the engine outlet this allows a small trickle of water to rise and bring engine heat up to open the thermostat.
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