How do I do that? If I need to cap the filter
outlets, where do I find the caps and what size? At a
plumbing store? Isn't it fine thread?
--- "Larry B. Macy, Ph.D." <email@example.com>
> OK, If you are just trying to see if it runs, why
> bother with an oil cooler
> at all?? Can't you bypass the cooler lines??
> >> Jim, I would highly recommend against using a
> >> oil cooler. IMHO they
> >> can never be completely cleaned, they will still
> >> retain some residue, junk
> >> and perhaps bits of metal from inside the old
> >> engine. I don't care what
> >> anyone claims about cleaning them, you are taking
> >> about an item that costs
> >> a $150 or so against a $1000+ rebuild. If you
> >> care about your engine,
> >> then feel free to take the risk. The things don't
> >> cost all that much and I
> >> think this is a bad place to save a few bucks.
> >> a used oil cooler is
> >> false economy.
> >> Of course your opinion may differ.
> >> Larry
> >> --On Thursday, November 28, 2002 11:31 AM -0500
> >> JDavis5073@aol.com wrote:
> >> > Jim,
> >> > If you give me a call I've got one I
> >> removed from my 73. Your
> >> > welcome to it if you like. Might just cost you
> >> cold brew next summer,
> >> > thats all. I also have the hoses if that helps.
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