[Vwdiesel] Coolant tank swap options for 82 Diesel tank and hoses
jhsg at sasktel.net
Tue Jul 31 03:17:01 EDT 2007
I'm afraid it will never work Bryan, it's hopeless.
Just send me your tickets.
My truck and camper are parked just out the back door, ready to go.
The cap should work.
Whatever it takes to make it run, as long as the flow moves in the same
directions, you should be good to go.
you can get hose barbs with male and female threaded ends to make step
up and step down hose adapters if needed, or screw both into a union if
you can't find female thread hose barbs... good brass selections are
getting hard to find...
82 Diesel Westy wrote:
> My original 82 tank is done, seam split. I need the
> van this weekend. I have original 82 diesel steel
> pipes and hoses. Bus depot shows they have a tank but
> I am sure they do not. 068121405D I can try the
> dealer but I would rather move to the 85 and up water
> boxer tank.
> What do I have to do for this, a few extentions on my
> coolant hoses and some mounting issues.
> Will my diesel expansion tank cap work for the water
> boxer tank and I have a coolant level sensor I can
> stick in there for a plug. I have an A1 Jetta tank,
> but way different. I have A2 Jetta tank but also
> mounts way different and does not have double
> connections to tank for hoses, it only has 1.
> Help, I got tickets to Pocono NASCAR race for Sunday
> and need to camp.
> Thanks, Bryan, NJ
> Very Wet motor.
> Bryan Belman, Pt Pleasant, NJ
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