[Healeys] Radiator Overflow solution anyone
coudesluijs at chello.nl
Wed Apr 29 00:40:41 MDT 2015
You can use any kind of container (Stainless steel, brass, plastic,
glass) providing it has a screw top that can be drilled to receive a
tube from the radiator overflow. The position of the overflow tank is
not important so you can fit it low down well out of sight. Make sure
the the hose/tube from the radiator overflow ends about a quarter inch
from the bottom of the container. Also drill a small vent hole in the
top. Make sure the radiator cap seals airtight, which usually means that
you have to make up a thin stiff rubber/fibre washer between cap and
radiator neck. Fully fill up the radiator and fill up the container
about half full. Check and fill up regularly after the first few trips.
Ross schreef op 29-4-2015 om 5:03:
> The BN6 does not have a radiator overflow and leaves a big puddle in
> the garage after every drive.
> My brother, the hot rodder, suggested a thin chromed overflow canister
> available at most rod shops and amazon. I am not sure if there is
> enough room and it would look to out of place.
> Does anyone have a picture of an elegant and easy solution.
> Thank you
> Ross Maylor
> 1958 BN6
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