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      11-18-2012, 02:30 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by cstavaru View Post
You would put in on the other side of the coolant line, because the TD04 center core is level, so you need a level water line to match. The stock TD03 center core is cast with a lip, such that it matches the existing coolant line perfectly. I hope you get the idea: put the spacer on the other side, not where your arrow is.

And make sure you do NOT tighten the coolant line stud too much !
Thanks for the reply, I am assuming you mean "other side" as the other end (to the block)? Because it seems the built in spacer is welded in....I am probably not understanding correctly here lol!! If the OEM spacer is pressed/welded on how would I get it on the other side of where my Arrow is pointing?
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