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Old 07-28-2013, 10:21 PM   #1
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Intake manifold hose question and lower water pipe question

So I'm in the process of putting my motor back together after the fatal valve seat issue. It's been apart for almost 3 months and I forgot which hoses go where on the intake... Anybody have pics. Also that lower water pipe that connects the hoses from the lower radiator to the water pump. I can't seem to get it to fit in. Anybody have a clear pic that shows the mounting. I know bolts to the oil pan

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