mine runs to the left or on the 210 line. the reason i ask is because i got one of those small leaks coming from the top of the radiator and ill be getting the 2 row all metal radiator in about a month, i just wanted to make sure i was good to go
i have the aev highilne kit on mine, when it was leaking (once the t-stat opened) i would be on the highway and i thought that i blew a radiator hose. couldnt see a damn thing. pretty bad when you mother (passenger, which she knows a quite bit about cars) asks, "did you loose a hose?"
1977 Cherokee ChiefEdelbrock 1406, 33X12.50, front 1.5 inch shackle lift. AMC 360, th400 Quadra-Trac
2002 wrangler, stock 4.0, auto, 33X12.50 maxis buckshot, AEV Highline Body kit, Ford 9 inch rear end.
Soon to come mods: 4" full traction lift, 4.56 gears, 35X10.50R15 boggers, 35X12.50 cooper st tires, spooled rear end, and much more.
I wouldn't wait to install the new rad if you have the funds now if i were you. Speaking from recent experience, unless your going to check the levels in your rad every time you drive and top it off. (i did for over 4 months, it was getting expensive to buy coolant until i could do the swap) It only took one time on the freeway and my leaking rad got worse and ended up getting so low it destroyed my water pump and almost caused me to overheat. While your at it i would also consider doing your water pump and thermostat that way you can do the job once and not have to go back in say 4,000 miles to do your waterpump, its not expensive and its honestly a very easy job that can be done with basic hand tools.
always on the 210 line for me, so far i have only owned it in the cold.
2001 TJ 4.0L Automatic, D35/30, both hard and soft top, full doors,JKS quicker Disconnects, 31" discoverer ATR, American racing 767 offset 15" wheel. ProComp Genuine steel bumpers front and back. glass pack muffler, Rugged Ridge extended fender flares, 130w KC daylighters, motorcycle light for reverse lights. 86,000k miles (11-7-2012)
im gunna buy a new radiator, thermostat, thermostat housing, water pump and gaskets for $182 and wha...it with shipping included. i dont plan on running the jeep crazy and go rock climbing and stuff like that so i decided to opt for the direct replacement. i got all this stuff from partsgeek.com. is this a good deal? it semas to be pretty good. oh and with someone with normal engine maintenance common sense, is it easy to replace all this stuff by myself? thanks again and im liking this forum alot better than my old car's forum