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Shadow ÒÓ

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Dec 20, 2000
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Pensacola, Florida USA
just go to an auto parts store and ask a clerk to pull a few of them for you.......you really don't need a specific part number.

You can also have him show you transmission fluid coolers.......they come in a few different sizes.
 

Billvill

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May 8, 2001
Location
Glenolden Pa
As an ASE Master mechanic for the best part of 30 years I want to give you a little advice about todays auto parts stores. Shadow stated " just go to an auto parts store and ask a clerk to pull a few of them for you " and he also said "You can also have him show you transmission fluid coolers.......they come in a few different sizes" .

It is a shame that in todays auto parts market place service like that suggested above is almost impossible to get. The exception would be if you deal with several suppliers and spend a few thousand bucks a month with each of them. Even after this I sometimes get the feeling I am bothering the guy if I ask them to send something over that is not for a specific application.

I hope you get someone open minded enough to understand that a heater core can be used for many things.

With all that off my chest, before I purchased a cooling cube from Danger Den, I would have used the heater core for a Chevy chevette. It is cheap and just about the right size.

Good Luck, Billy