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Old November 9th, 2013, 06:03 AM
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Correct part #'s for NAS rad hoses

Need to order a pair of rad hosed for my D100 project, engine is an ex-classic RaRo 3.9 so looks the same as the attached pic. I'm fairly confident the top hose is a NTC5686 but am not sure on the lower, after searching all I find listed is the PCH116030, but that has 2 engine side hoses so I suspect it's for the later serp engine.

The other alternative I've found is the RaRo hose NTC5632, this has the right number of ends and looks like it'll fit ok.

Will be in the UK until Weds, so need to sort ASAP to get them from the local LR main dealer.

Many Thanks......
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If you are using a Defender type radiator I'd check the early 3.5 defender part numbers. Likewise if a rec/d1 type radiator 3.5 hose for that.
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If you are using a Defender type radiator I'd check the early 3.5 defender part numbers. Likewise if a rec/d1 type radiator 3.5 hose for that.
The rad is( will be as soon as it arrives ) an Allisport V8 one, with straight inlet/outlet pipes, and engine is a 3.9efi so looks sames as the pic. Long term I have a 3.9 D2 short engine I'll rebuild with 4.6 internals & then swap in using the non-serp front timing cover etc. as it's already setup for Ford EDIS coil packs & Megasquirt. Should be a good puller then
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Bumpty..... off to the LR dealer in the morning.... going for these then ?
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