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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by beefy blazer, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. beefy blazer

    beefy blazer Registered Member

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    i want to mount my rad behind the drivers seat. do i need a special waterpump or will the stock one still work?
     
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    beefy blazer Registered Member

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    It may take more than 2 minutes for a response...

    Are you wanting to mount the radiator behind the seat in a K5? Or a truck?



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    Confedneck79K30 3/4 ton status

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    behind the seat? that'll be a hot, no air gettin sumbitch.... you want to move the rad, put it in the bed...
     
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    I was wondering what it would feel like to have a hose blow in the cab! OUCH!
     
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    I am pretty sure I would flip the truck if a hose blew up right next to me. Or curse, and go to bed.
     
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    behind the seat isn't gonna work but why? lol
     
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    its a k5 its going to be strictly a mud machine 454, 44s, you get the deal. i want the rad in the back so i dont get as much mud in it. ive got a diesel rad from and chev pick up, gonna be to electric fan pushin air through it. i was just wonderin if the stock pump would work or do i need to go electric?




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