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#1 Hayne


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Posted 21 March 2005 - 07:35 PM

I appreciate the information on the head cracking and such. Not meaning to speak prematurely but I finally got my daughter's 86 Subbie SW cranked today. After 30 miles it stayed cool as a cuecumber and no hemmorages. Hopefully it will stay that way. I'd been done much sooner if the weather had been better and I didn't have to do the whole thing twice. Did an Italian design the cooling system on that car? Where the shroud doesn't seperate on this model, its like you have to put the whole works: radiator, shroud, fan, clutch and pulley all down in that space at one time. Truly an Italian mentallity.

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