Coolant tank source

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Coolant tank source

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Hi all

My coolant reservoir (later twin cap style) has finally given up the ghost, after many repairs over the years. So a new alloy one is needed. These are pretty pricey but SJ looks to be the best value, has anyone found a cheaper or better source? Robert
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Could a local fabricator make one using the 'good' parts.?
Umm! What to do next?

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Lotusbits list used SE ones on their site at £40 (but they may have put their prices up). You could always go for Evans Waterless Coolant and a used one - non-SE single chamber if you want - as there won't be any pressure in the cooling system - long term peace of mind. However the coolant and prep fluid would be almost as much as a new alloy one!

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