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Adding a radiator overflow tank

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Hi,

another easy DIY,

I brought this from Super Cheap ($15), it's a perfect fit, no screws needed, it just sort of 'clips into place'

make sure you get a sealed type of radiator cap ($8), so the water sucks back into the radiator when it cools.

Nigel

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I've got one like that in my Datsun B120 ute.

Unfortunately, the hose that comes with it is prone to kinking shut if you have any tight radius curves.

Simple and works like a charm:classic:

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good find! that is nice and compact!

out of interest, what is the t piece on the sensor for? is that your oil sensor?

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good find! that is nice and compact!

out of interest, what is the t piece on the sensor for? is that your oil sensor?

It's for my turbo conversion, I will run a steel line (maybe brake line), I don't like the flexi lines myself,

I'll do a write up on it, once I start, I'm still chasing bits.

Nigel

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