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#1444116 Thu Mar 10 2022 12:01 AM
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I’ve seen it recommended to use your 216 thermostat housing on a 235 swap. Seems the upper hose may require use of it. I put the 235 housing next to the one on my 216 and can’t tell any difference. Do I have to swap them out?

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I'm using the 216 therm housing on my 261 so that stock 216 hose will connect to your stock radiator.


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