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Re: 4Cyl turbo Vs V6 3.0? [Re: rxinhed] #1047269 01/05/15 02:09 AM
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Group 27 fits on the OE battery tray in that position. Otherwise, could relocate to front left behind headlight, there's already a divot for that position.

Thanks Russ, I will look into the group 27. Is it much bigger than stock do you know? I would love dual optima or odyssey battery's but wow that's like 400$ right there!
Maybe I can do one at a time
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87 Montero SWB=Turbo diesel 4BT
T19 4sd with 205 transfer case
Need a turbo rebuilt?
http://turbotechservice.com/`1
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Re: 4Cyl turbo Vs V6 3.0? [Re: 87monty] #1047270 01/30/15 11:28 PM
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Test fitting top aluminum water line. This [censored] was thick and bent really nice in the tube bender. Will need to trim a little off at the radiator side and make a few hold down brackets but that's pretty much it.

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87 Montero SWB=Turbo diesel 4BT
T19 4sd with 205 transfer case
Need a turbo rebuilt?
http://turbotechservice.com/`1
Re: 4Cyl turbo Vs V6 3.0? [Re: 87monty] #1047271 01/31/15 06:06 AM
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How do the heater core lines run?


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Re: 4Cyl turbo Vs V6 3.0? [Re: zarktheshark] #1047272 02/01/15 01:27 AM
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Going to use one of the original locations on the thermostat for one side. Then weld in a bung on the water pump exit tube I machined. Should work out good. Not sure he same guy on FB but I pasted this here too <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


87 Montero SWB=Turbo diesel 4BT
T19 4sd with 205 transfer case
Need a turbo rebuilt?
http://turbotechservice.com/`1
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