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Re: Draining WD radiator and block...

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Will Herring

09-14-2012 19:33:45

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From what I can tell, both of them look like a nipple fitting that you unscrew to let the liquid come out from the inside. Here's a picture:

The radiator one looks fairly similar, except it seems to have a milky white plastic up near the base before where it is threaded into the radiator.

I assume they turn counter-clockwise to open... Provided they give.

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09-14-2012 20:16:47

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 Re: Draining WD radiator and block... in reply to Will Herring, 09-14-2012 19:33:45  
I made a HM tool to fit the radiator drain...instead of trying to reach with pliers, etc.....Cut a 3/4 inch pipe about 5 inches long, welded a T handle on one end, slotted the other to fit over the drain valve. (use the block drain valve as a guide re how big to cut the slot). Way easier to reach in underneath and open/close the factory valve.

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09-14-2012 19:42:38

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 Re: Draining WD radiator and block... in reply to Will Herring, 09-14-2012 19:33:45  
Yep outer part goes back wards of the inner part. So right to loosen the drain or left to take the whole thing out of the block. I use ones like that on carbs so as to be an easy drain set up

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09-14-2012 20:11:36

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 Re: Draining WD radiator and block... in reply to old, 09-14-2012 19:42:38  
NO. Turn CCW to open the drain. Base of the fitting is also turn left to remove. See post elow....turn the drain to the left, it opens by screwing INTO the fitting.

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