[SPAM?] Re: Radiator Redux.........

Steven Hauptmann hauptmanns at llr.sc.gov
Thu Jul 1 08:49:36 EDT 2004


I replaced my radiator ~ 2 years ago w/ an OEM from Rod @ TPC and I've had
no issues since.  

At the time I really wanted to go w/ an all metal, but did not have the time
or patience to have the extra outlets welded and I could not find a 20v
specific all metal radiator. 

I know the OEM plastic/metal combo may not be the greatest design, but since
the first one went 11+ years, I figure I should have another +/-9 years
until it's time to think about it again.  

Good luck,
Steve Hauptmann
South Carolina 

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	George Sidman [mailto:sidman at montereynet.net] 
Sent:	Wednesday, June 30, 2004 7:05 AM
To:	200q20v at audifans.com
Subject:	[SPAM?] Re: Radiator Redux.........
Importance:	Low

The all metal radiator I installed on my '91 200 TQW is leaking and
needs replacing. The metal is just too thin and fragile, and this
metal job has been problematic from day one. On the web I find lots of
sources in the $150 range. Ranging from combo plastic OEM types to all
metal types. Rod quotes an OEM for around $240.

Recent experiences or advice?
George Sidman, President
sidman at montereynet.net
Monterey Network Center
9701 Blue Larkspur Lane
Monterey, CA  93940
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