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Old 09-19-2007, 04:50 PM   #1
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Passing by a 2007 W-24 Adventurer gasser, it appears that Workhorse has relocated the coolant and washer reservoir cluster from in front of the radiator fans. Looks like they have moved them toward the pax side...same level..just over-in front of the air intake and air filter box. Any clue as to why...? Does it improve air flow to cooling fans?...airflow back over top of engine?
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Passing by a 2007 W-24 Adventurer gasser, it appears that Workhorse has relocated the coolant and washer reservoir cluster from in front of the radiator fans. Looks like they have moved them toward the pax side...same level..just over-in front of the air intake and air filter box. Any clue as to why...? Does it improve air flow to cooling fans?...airflow back over top of engine?
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Old 09-19-2007, 05:03 PM   #3
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The coolant recovery tank & washer bottle may be moved by the body manufacturer if they so desire or it may remain in the factory position. There isn't a concrete rule as to where the combo can be located.
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Thanks...just seems to make more sense to be located beside the radiator-tranny cooler fans.
My Itasca 35U has the combo right in front/topside of radiator-tranny cooler fans. I'm now thinking of relocating it to the side. Looks easy enough.
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