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    Is on a national backorder!! Anyone know where I could get one for a 96 5.2??? Part number 55036895

    couldnt get the old one out
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    Auto stores were recommending I get it from the stealership, so I ended up getting one from a junkyard.
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    Your local O'Reilly auto parts should have it. We have it here on the west coast.
    98 ZJ 5.2, 4.5" RE LA, HP30 w/tru-trac, U-Turn steering, ARB Front, Kevin's rear bumper, 35" KM2's
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    Ummm... cant you just make one out of universal hose? i cant find a picture of it... so i dont know if it hase CRAZY bends... but they do have "flex" heater lines in most sizes to include the 5/8 that most of the heater lines are. or some straight line with the hard plastic elbows in it for hard bends?

    or is it the metal tube from the heater core to the firewall?
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    96 ZJ swapped in 5.2, 242, 14bolt rear, big ugly home brew bumper, 7.5" of lift in the front 9" in the rear, long arms, hummer wheels with 37s... (dont worry front axle is next)

    It should be heavy. Weight is a sign of reliability. If it doesn't work, you can always hit him with it.

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    no this is a metal tube that is pressed in with an o=ring. found a semi replacement just not as long at advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PilotAustin View Post
    no this is a metal tube that is pressed in with an o=ring. found a semi replacement just not as long at advance.
    oh gay! yeah a junk yard might be your best bet then for the exact tube

    flux it due your in texas what do you need a heater for anyway! remove and bypass! lol i mean isnt the average low for your year like 45o? hell thats short weather for my home town!
    Last edited by jborushko; 07-22-2010 at 01:19 AM.
    96 ZJ swapped in 5.2, 242, 14bolt rear, big ugly home brew bumper, 7.5" of lift in the front 9" in the rear, long arms, hummer wheels with 37s... (dont worry front axle is next)

    It should be heavy. Weight is a sign of reliability. If it doesn't work, you can always hit him with it.

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    hey now we had one of the worst winters this year!! i think it got to 25? I rode my motorcycle in 30 degree weather!!! plus when she starts over heating it helps a little
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