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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum

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gary casey

08-25-2013 16:46:14

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were do you hook up a water temp. gage on a 8n???

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Bob Harvey

08-25-2013 19:13:42

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 Re: water temp. in reply to gary casey, 08-25-2013 16:46:14  
Easy way =



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08-26-2013 13:17:53

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 Re: water temp. in reply to Bob Harvey, 08-25-2013 19:13:42  
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Bob if you don't mind me adding to your response. This is the same water sender attachment that I used and it works great. Here is a few pics of it. Its soft aluminum. The threaded tap it came with was of no use to me so I drilled it out and tapped to fit my gauges bulb connector.

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R Geiger

08-25-2013 17:07:04

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 Re: water temp. in reply to soundguy, 08-25-2013 16:46:14  
Youcan also get an adapter to go in the top radiator hose for the temp bulb. Me, if it is not boiling over, venting steam, it is not hot.

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Bruce (VA)

08-25-2013 16:47:19

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 Re: water temp. in reply to gary casey, 08-25-2013 16:46:14  
Tap the head.

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Ultradog MN

08-26-2013 14:11:15

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 Re: water temp. in reply to Bruce (VA), 08-25-2013 16:47:19  
I agree Bruce.
Tapping the head makes for the cleanest job.

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