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Date:         Wed, 14 Mar 2001 13:20:29 -0800
Reply-To:     Zoltan <zol@FOXINTERNET.NET>
Sender:       Vanagon Mailing List <>
From:         Zoltan <zol@FOXINTERNET.NET>
Subject:      Re: water inlet, HEAT exchanger
Comments: To: patty and danny <balodis_cabe@HOTMAIL.COM>
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For the heat exchanger I used "ALUMINUM &METAL" calk bought at Home Depot. It is for up to 400 degrees and fills well and stays rubbery even after years. You can fill up huge areas and it will stick great. No more cold air to enter there. Use it liberally. Made by GE 1-800-626-2000. It is a 100% silicone sealant. Zoltan ----- Original Message ----- From: "patty and danny" <balodis_cabe@HOTMAIL.COM> To: <vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 11:44 AM Subject: Re: water inlet

> I need a water inlet (hose hookup) also but I wish I could find on that is > the color of the other hookups I have, they're all fine. My hookups are all > a brownish yellow color ('81 Westy), not black. Have any ideas? Also, what > happens when your heat exchangers on an 81 Westy crap out? (does exhaust > flow through the heater instead of air?). > > Danny > '81 Westy

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