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Old 10-10-2010, 01:28 PM
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need help hooking V8 Rad to 6 cylinder f100

RE 1065 F100 I'm sure I am not the only one who has done this, and probably someone may actually have the part number and name of the radiator hose I need. I have taken a 65 F100 V8 radiator and put it into the same that has a 6 cylinder, the V8 radiator has the water pump connection on the drivers side BUT the 6 cylinder water pump is on the passenger side, ANY help appreciated on the actual part number and brand of hose I need to hook up the radiator, if you have used such and it is for a different vehicle altogether please give me the info I need to get this thing on the road.
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I suppose it is too late, since you already have the radiator you wish to use, but I have found that a good radiator shop can build you anything you want, in any package you want, and for a very good price. The could probably even take the end cap off your radiator and put on on it that matches your application.

A long-assed radiator hose does not sound like an ideal solution.
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Suggestion and your comment for fix

Thanks for your suggestion, I recently put a aluminum Rad in one of my 65s so I took the rad that was in and put in the one with a six, no need to waste a good rad, what I did was get a part from Summit that has a male end on each ends a a petcock in the middle, I used this to join 2 flex hoses.
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