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  • Vintage precision "O" ring

    Just wanted to bring forward the announcement from Casey Pugh Of Vintage Precision that if anyone needs a new "O" ring to contact him. Also he said that in the future they will pack a spare with every order. Bob

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    Did anybody ever find out how they say to use the standard hose, when there are two different hoses, for early and late cars, and they only have one size water outlet?
    Bill
    http://www.brauchauto.com/
    Eastern Connecticut

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