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350 wrangler #916729 11/20/08 06:30 AM
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yelo4wheeler Offline OP
Need a Spot
I recently purchased a 93 wrangler with a chevy 350 and am in need of a lower radiator hose, It has an after market aluminum radiator with outlet on the passenger side as is the outlet on the block does anybody know what vehichle and year I can tell the part store for a hose that will be close to what I need, I know this is a common swap and many will probable be able to help me thank you all

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Re: 350 wrangler [Re: yelo4wheeler] #916730 11/20/08 02:26 PM
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pineymike Offline
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You'll have to take the old one and "match it up" with a new one then record the part# some where{on the hood underside with paint marker}if the old one is not good enough just take mesurements make sure the one you find has a spring in side it,This mite not work at a chain type auto parts store try to find a localy owned mom&pop store{almost impossable nowadays}or a speed shop.Good luck have fun! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />

Re: 350 wrangler [Re: pineymike] #916731 11/20/08 05:09 PM
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BigJim Offline
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What Mike said times two.
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Re: 350 wrangler [Re: BigJim] #916732 11/21/08 06:53 AM
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I second what the others said, but the logical place to start at the parts house though would be cars that had a small block in them. Maybe a Camaro or something smaller. I am guessing a truck would have a larger radiator than what would fit in a Wrangler, and likely further away too from the engine too.


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