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    Voice For Hire Farrar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitsyncmaster View Post
    I do like the idea of removing the OEM otterstat and using a straight pipe so no chance of the otterstat leak or blow out.
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    I'd have been happy with a threaded hole instead of the silly clamp thingy. I think that would reduce leak & blow-out. Screw-in switches have been used for years on other cars... But that would require a different pipe, I suppose. Surprised no vendor has offered this and a cross-referenced switch as an "upgrade."
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    That said -- I'm a big fan (pun intended) of your work, Dave, and will follow this project with interest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farrar View Post
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    I'd have been happy with a threaded hole instead of the silly clamp thingy. I think that would reduce leak & blow-out. Screw-in switches have been used for years on other cars... But that would require a different pipe, I suppose. Surprised no vendor has offered this and a cross-referenced switch as an "upgrade."
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    That said -- I'm a big fan (pun intended) of your work, Dave, and will follow this project with interest!
    this may be the one you need: https://www.deloreango.com/it/new-st...otterstat.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by BABIS View Post
    Ooh, shiny! Thanks -- I didn't know that was even a thing.
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    Lol that's exactly what I was asking about and got Dave to start working on this.

    I can't tell on mobile but the one I found was in the UK and I wanted to make sure it used NPT threads so that it would work with universal cooling fan switches in the us.

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