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    Heater core solution 2nd gen

    Heater core on my '68 started leaking. It was repaired before and in bad shape. Searched Summit Racing for same size heater and came up with one the same size but slightly different tubes. Took it to radiator shop and they cut tubes off old one and soldered to new one. Much cheaper than a re-core.
    Tried it today and works great. Summit part # SUM-382126 . Cost $ 57.99 plus 10 bucks shipping.

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    That's great ! Loving one of these old vans is great ! Sometimes just a little extra thinking comes up with a great idea! Bill
    1966 Chevy G10 Panel, 283 small block/turbo 350,Disc brakes

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    Thanks for part number, nice work...
    If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space..JM2C...hehehe
    Steve

    1967 Chevy 90 "Space Truckin"
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