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I have a replacement Pro Alloy radiator and a cooling hose that has a bleed screw on it but it is supe awkward to get to without jacking up the car and removing the passenger’s side wheel arch. You can slide an Allen wrench down through the mesh to get to it but the torque is funny with the rubbery hose. This got me to thinking, why didn’t Pro Alloy just weld a bung for a bleed screw to the upper face of the end tank? This seems like a simple no brained for the serviceability of the cooling system.
 
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