Coolant tubes

[Syncro_T3_Australia] Day of the Volkswagen Vic.
Hi Folks,
 
Any-one have part numbers for the large plastic coolant tubes that run front to rear on our Syncro's, or an 'inexpensive!!' source (in Melbourne preferably).
 
Brian Reed
 
PS. Day of the Volkswagen was good, but I only saw 3 syncro's.  Entered the show & shine, just for fun, and got 3rd in the watercooled vans section, against some newer T4's.
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Hi Brian and others,
 
Better to replace with big stainless steel pipes.
 
Cheers
Sten
 
With kind regards,
 
Sten Jessen
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-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Reed [mailto:breed@bigpond.net.au]
Sent: 29 November 2004 02:11 AM
To: Syncro_T3_Australia@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Syncro_T3_Australia] Coolant tubes

Hi Folks,
 
Any-one have part numbers for the large plastic coolant tubes that run front to rear on our Syncro's, or an 'inexpensive!!' source (in Melbourne preferably).
 
Brian Reed
 
PS. Day of the Volkswagen was good, but I only saw 3 syncro's.  Entered the show & shine, just for fun, and got 3rd in the watercooled vans section, against some newer T4's.

Sten and others,
there have been some interesting posts on Aussie Veedubbers of late
discussing the merits (or not) of using stainless coolant tubes and
the possible effects on other metals that the coolant passes by,
causing reactions that can corrode our (aluminium) cases.
Leslie your comments on this would be most welcome.

Andy.