This is the one I ran in my Jeep, I like it better then the one I have in the Loyale, but only because it was easier to service.http://www.ebay.com/itm/230578141169
and this is the one that I run in the Loyale, much cheaper:http://www.ebay.com/itm/400281142813
I also run this heater core filter.http://www.dearbornc...-1957-1979.html
I’ve been running cooling system filters in my cars and trucks for at least 8 years now, and I swear by the things.
Clean them out every few months, and it keeps all that junk from circulating through your cooling system and fouling up your water pump, heater core and radiator.
There’s so much debris in an unfiltered cooling system that when you first install the filters, you will find that you have to clean them out every couple of hours of run time until the majority of the debris are out of the system, then just service them every few months.
I have no cooling system issues with the Loyale what-so-ever, the heater blots HOT, the engine runs cool, even with the AC blasting on a hot day while stuck in traffic.
I installed the filters at the same time that GD resealed the engine, I refused to even fire it up until the filters were in place, and the first few times I cleaned them out, I got huge chunks of gasket material, some chunks of metal like slag that had broken lose from the casting process, stuff that looked like hair or fur, got no idea where that came from.
The point is I was able to stop all that stuff from circulating through the system and plugging up the new water pump, or the new radiator,
And the heater on this car has to be the hottest blowing heater I’ve ever had in anything.
the Tefba's you have to buy off ebay, because they are made in Austraila and imported to the US, Gano is made in California and you can order them driect from Gano for about 35 bucks a pop.
I'll probably eventually swap out my Gano for Tefba when money allows.