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thermostat part number

Post by bobt » Mon Nov 04, 2019 5:45 pm

Anybody know the part number for a 160 degree thermostat that I can buy at a local parts store? 1915 T touring. Thanks, bobt


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Re: thermostat part number

Post by Dallas Landers » Mon Nov 04, 2019 5:48 pm

I do not know but am curious why you need a T stat fot your touring ?

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Post by Novice » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:08 pm

Langs has 160 & 180 degree Thermostat's and gaskets $8.25 & Gasket $1.95 P/N A-TH160 & A-TH180. My 26 touring with a water pump and no hot air pipe runs too cool and is slow to warm up could use a thermostat. The 26 truck without a WP and with a hot air pipe seems to warm up OK here in Texas but up North all bets are off. I would be concerned about flow restriction with a thermostat effecting the thermosiphon action. a piece of card board over part of the radiator in the winter might be a better way to go ? if You car is cold blooded.

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