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      09-24-2017, 05:14 PM   #1
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Cleanest Coolant Tank Relocation

I may have to relocate coolant expansion tank and was looking for a clean setup. I don't like the huge tank on the driver side. Looks completely out of place. Was wondering if anyone found anything else that looks better.
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I know you donít like the tank, but the 335d tank would probably be the cleanest solution.
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I know you donít like the tank, but the 335d tank would probably be the cleanest solution.
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I may have to relocate coolant expansion tank and was looking for a clean setup. I don't like the huge tank on the driver side. Looks completely out of place. Was wondering if anyone found anything else that looks better.
If you are doing this in order to install inlets you will need to extend/mod the coolant lines. I will be doing this myself soon and planing on utilizing part #17111741167 from older BMW e38/9 Why? Is slim and uses "regular" hose with clamp hook up instead of quick disconnect connectors on newer BMW. Look it up.
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If you are doing this in order to install inlets you will need to extend/mod the coolant lines. I will be doing this myself soon and planing on utilizing part #17111741167 from older BMW e38/9 Why? Is slim and uses "regular" hose with clamp hook up instead of quick disconnect connectors on newer BMW. Look it up.
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Is the existing sensor, etc. all plug-and-play?
Yes, sensor is plug and play.
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I know you donít like the tank, but the 335d tank would probably be the cleanest solution.
this is true 335d tank is the best option
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335D is the cleanest way =)

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