Jam0o0jam0o0 said:would it be too hard to drill the rad tank on the top neer the upper intake hose? and tap the hole for a temp sensor? hey six what is that first pic showing? ::edit:: ok i see it's the engine side of the upper hose. is that plug you took out in there stock? and is it on my 95 351w? sorry for all the questions i'm just thinking about getting a good temp gauge and wondering where to put the sensor.
::edit:: i got an idea. cut the upper hose, make a pipe withe a thredded bung welded on the side. two hose clamps and slide it into the hose. any thoughts?
You mean like this ?jam0o0 said:so if i did the hose cutting would i need a rib going around the ends of the pipe to help hold the hose onto it? (in addition to hose clamps) or would a regular smooth pipe do it? sorry for the hijack
jam0o0 said:if the water neck is made of metal i don't want to touch it. every time i do anythign on my truck involving nuts and bolts i break something. thats the reason for my other ideas.
six what are those things made of? i've seen those radiator hose patches before but not in person. if they are rubber how do i seal itto the cyurrent hose and to the sensor?
i was thinking i'd just get exhaust tubing and tap it. maybe get a nut for the inside if needed. thanks for the help guys