Billet T-connectors for heater cores

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  1. kbuskill

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    Hey guys... I am a member here with a GMT900 series truck.

    I post in the '07-'14 section mostly but I wanted to post a link to the thread I started over in that section over here since these parts fit the GMT800 series trucks as well.

    These are a part that I requested Gruven make since the plastic T-connectors are prone to cracking, leaking, and breaking.

    Check it out here...

    https://www.tahoeyukonforum.com/threads/gruven-heater-core-t-connectors.107087/

    He is trying to get 5-10 preorders so he can put these into production. If you guys are members of any other forums post a link to them over there as well if you will.

    AND DON'T FORGET TO EMAIL GRUVEN!!!

    Thanks
     
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    I know you GMT800 guys have the same problem with these. Email Gruven.
     
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    I just posted over in the main thread about this in NNBS. Good luck with it.
     
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    Yea, most guys just slap hose back on and clamp it...my 01 has been that way for ooooo, 10 years...lol cool stuff though
     
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    And that is great for those without rear heat or those that don't care to retain rear heat.

    The problem is that with rear heat you need the T-connectors... if you just slip the hose over the front heater core nipples then you are bypassing the rear heater core.
     
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