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I had a similar problem in that the upper rad host neck
broke off. (185k miles)
There is no need to replace rad!!! Take it out and give to a
reputable rad shop for repair. The rad shop should be able to replace
the plastic tank on the end.
The cost to repair my rad was approx. $140.00.
Also, if it were me, I would not want the life of my turbo
dependant upon a metal piece and a hunk of epoxy!! It is far
less expensive to fix right that replace the turbo when the fix breaks
and the turbo melts down!!
Pat Roberson >> email firstname.lastname@example.org
'72 911 S Targa
'79 911 SC