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Yesterday I was reinstalling my newly refurbished heater (Like I'm really gonna need it here in Texas at this time of year). I had it all installed and only needed to put the hoses in place under the hood. I measured once, twice, three times and cut the hoses. Only then did I discover that I needed to reinstall the coil. Well, you guessed it. Now the [email protected]#% hose going to the water pump is too short. After cooling down, I ordered another set. After thinking about it, at least I'll have another set for the future (the hose I cut too short will still be long enough for the one going to the intake). It sure would have been fun going for a drive this morning, but I guess I'll have to wait a few days. Go ahead and pass me the Doofus Award.

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What, no pieces of copper tubing for nipples with some hose clamps to clamp the cut piece of hose on to extend your mistake?? *G*

Nothin' like that would've stopped me from a Sunday cruise, even if it meant bypassing the heater...like you'd need it anyways...*G*

From my POV, doofus for letting a minor problem stop you from a Sunday cruise....cutting the heater hose too short? nah, we've all done that...hehehe

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why dont u just go to auto zone or pep boys and buy a few feet of gates heater hose?

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