Technical Question: I have a 2008 Sportster 1200L w/oil cooler HD P/N 62996-07 installed by the dealer. Used to be the standard in line thermostat was the Lockhart DP-180 which is no longer being made. I can only find one in the Netherlands, (Jan Willem Boon - Obsolete New Old Stock parts for your Harley-Davidson motorcycle and American made replacement parts * Obsolete Harley Parts Distributor) and they won't ship to USA. I do have on hand an in line thermostat HD P/N 62824-97 which HD says fits the FL series bikes 1997 and up. Is there any known reason not to install this thermostat on my XL? I assume they all open at the same temp (180 degrees F) and that this one would flow more gallons per minute than the old DP-180 and thus be safe. If intalled properly I seriously doubt it would cause my engine any harm; but just in case any engineer/mechanic types know of any reason it might? Does anyone also know where I can get installation instructions? I don't see any flow arrows on it. Thanks, Moe.