[200q20v] Discount radiators fiasco ...

Phil Rose pjrose at frontiernet.net
Mon Feb 4 22:49:08 EST 2002

At 8:17 PM -0500 2/4/02, Donna or Chris Locke wrote:
>Why take a part that isn't correct, and have it modified, when the
>option to get the proper part is available?

Because that's what you _must_  if you wish to have  an all-metal
radiator. The available "proper part" has the damnable plastic tanks
which are what cause the need for replacement in the first place.


>>  Phil Rose wrote:
>>  If your new radiator is an
>>  all-metal one, it must be modified; but presumably it's a simple
>>  matter for a good radiator shop to add the needed fittings for the
>>  aux. radiator. Alternative is return it to the vendor, and get the
>>  correct oem plastic version, which seem to have a reasonable
>>  lifetime--especially considering the present age of our cars, that is.
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