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post #16 of 18 Old 02-23-2018, 09:22 PM
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Re: 90 Degree Thermostat Housing

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You guys made a believer out of me! I went to O'Rileys, they didn't stock the Doorman part, but they had a Murray cross. Picked it up just to try it out, AND IT WORKED!! I just took it back and ordered the Doorman with the vertical, as it would indeed work better. Man, I can't thank y'all enough for getting me out of a pinch.

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Re: 90 Degree Thermostat Housing

Just make sure you have the correct hose with the right diameter to fit over the non 2.2/2.5 thermostat housing.
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Re: 90 Degree Thermostat Housing

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I've purchased some stainless steel hoses for both the radiator and heater from Summit. There are adapters that came with it. The 1 1/2" adapter was a really tight fit, but with a little help it should work. Would rather have a tight fit than a loose one.

Since you've probably used this kind of hose before, if there are any tips or advice that would help please let me know. Link to the rad hoses are below:

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-390112-BK://

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-390136-BK
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