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Old 03-10-2012, 03:54 PM   #1
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Ok so I'm replacing my radiator but what are people doing to keep that factory reservoir.
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Ok so I'm replacing my radiator but what are people doing to keep that factory reservoir.
The factory reservoir attaches to the factory fan shroud. And tubing attaches to radiator fill neck. Are you running a fan shroud?
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I just used this jug from summit racing.I think it was 7 $. Then I ran a small line under the radiator.
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Old 03-10-2012, 05:01 PM   #4
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I will not once I put the electric fans on
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once u put on the electric fans there really isnt a way to save the factory overflow.if u dont like the one i have there are tons of them in the aftermarket all shapes,sizes, and materials.
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My electric fan came with a bracket that my factory overflow attached to.
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My electric fan came with a bracket that my factory overflow attached to.
Sweet.I guess it depends on the fan u get then

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Most fans when I was looking didn't have that option.was that the one fan that AutoZone sells?
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Sweet.I guess it depends on the fan u get then

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Most fans when I was looking didn't have that option.was that the one fan that AutoZone sells?
Yes, the bracket is really simple to make if you have to.
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Me personally I'm fine with my 7$ tank.I didn't want to reuse my factory one even if I did make a bracket cause I don't think it would have looked right on my setup because of its size and shape would not line up nicely.
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So I went went the bucket so far so good
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