Wondering if someone can give me a hand here. Have the most minor coolant leak and seems only to occasionally drip once every 30 seconds or a minute when running. Been like this for a bit, but now the van is off road till winter (No air con installed, brutal). Hardly notice it and seems intermittent sometimes. Was quite hard to spot. but now figure if I'm taking all the coolant out to fix it, I may as well do the whole lot while I'm at it. Gonna cost me some $$$ but I'll do as much as I can afford or as much as is available. So.... I'm looking at this online.... Vancafe.. http://www.van-cafe.com/2.1l-automatic-coolant-hose-kit-1986-1991 http://www.van-cafe.com/home/van/pa...sing_to_trans_cooler_to_coolant_pipe_sil.html http://www.van-cafe.com/home/van/pa...pe_to_distrib_tower_to_trans_cooler_sili.html Vs.... Gowesty.... http://www.gowesty.com/product-details.php?id=23604 Think there is 2 or 3 extra hoses in the Gowesty kit. What's the deal there/what are they? Gowesty also don't have T-stat housing to trans cooler to coolant pipe OR coolant pipe to distrib tower to trans cooler hoses. There is also a couple of mods available which just confuses the hose selection even more for me. I also know about the long steel piping to replace the plastic ones running from front to back. Cost wise, or more like availability for this, is there a rubber version or can hose be bought per mtr anywhere? Failing that I could bite the cost and splurge more coin I guess and get it sorted in metal. Can't the metal pipes be made/bought somewhere in Australia rather than importing metal tubes basically? Would suck if they got damaged in the mail. Rubber not so bad as it can take a flex or two in the mail. So many hoses, and as I've not pulled the cooling system hoses from the van yet, I'm getting a little confused as to which way to go kinda thing . Also not keen on draining everything for one hose split, then six months later do it again for another, over and over 16 ltr of coolant at a time kinda thing. Don't mind doing it 2 or 3 times but not a coolant drain for a hose at a time. No big deal having a few spare hoses from the leftovers removed. Not such a bad thing at all by the looks of availability. Suggestions please! More links too if you have them for availability of hoses. Pretty slim findings these days at a reasonable price. I feel time is closing in on our vans somewhat. Cheers!