The only difference is the rubber gasket that provides a the aforementioned
vacuum seal for the recovery system type.
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My 4 lb cap sealing gasket came in the cheap ($7 or $8) recovery bottle
I bought at Kraken's! It just slips onto the cap on top of the large brass
"washer" and vacuum seals the cap to the top of the radiator neck. So
case you can buy one of those kits and just use the washer!
Which still leaves the question, are there any differences between radiator
caps designed for recovery systems and those that were not beyond the
gasket? Seems like there might be which still means finding a 4 lb cap
designed for recovery systems. Anyone know of any?
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