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dkgraber85 Darin Graber
SLC UT, USA   USA
Hello to the collective.

Been on here lately with some questions. I have several projects going at once and have another one.

I have an early BN4 with the gallery head. I have purchased an aluminum radiator. It does not have the threaded location for the temp sensor on the bottom of the head of the tank. I would like to simply run the sensor to the location on the head by the thermostat. What are the threads and is that a just screw-in kinda thing, or do I need some sort of adapter between the block and sensor?

Thanks.\

D

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rusty1c Peter D
Antioch, CA, USA   USA
1961 Austin-Healey 3000 BT7 "RUBY"
1963 Chevrolet C10 "Rusty"
Darin,
Contact http://www.nisonger.com/ . they should have what you need.
Pete

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sliproc Kevin Quistberg E
Long Beach, CA, USA   USA
Darin,

Since you're starting another project I guess we can assume your BN4 that was not running well, is now running well.

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RRP57AH100 Ray Peebles
Sylvania, OH, USA   USA
Darin …. I needed to also find a new home for the temp sensor bulb on my 1957 BN4. Moved the sensor to the water inlet housing and used an adapter as shown in the picture. Adapter is from Pegasus Racing as a Racetec part # 1098

Works great and the original gauge and sensor bulb were retained

Good luck on your refit..


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dkgraber85 Darin Graber
SLC UT, USA   USA
Ray,

Thank you so much...EXACTLY what I wanted and needed. Already ordered the part...

Best!

D

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