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Re: AC C - parts rattling around in radiator

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Lonnie Smith

11-25-2012 11:58:38

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If you can't roll it around and get it to fall out I have a spring loaded grabber thing for fishing stuff out of gas tanks and such.Pretty handy to have around. Probably wont hurt anything if you can't get it out.

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Noah in IA

11-25-2012 13:36:36

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 Re: AC C - parts rattling around in radiator in reply to Lonnie Smith, 11-25-2012 11:58:38  
Thanks for the tip guys - borrowed one of those grabber tools from dad but the sheet metal part appears to be much bigger than the filler neck opening...its almost as wide as the upper tank. I talked to Dad about the parts I saw and he suggested the sheet metal part may have been some sort of baffle that has broken loose - your thoughts? I think I'm going to go ahead and re-install the radiator despite the floating parts and just keep an eye on the coolant temp...replacement radiators are not cheap!...thanks again

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Ted J

11-25-2012 13:45:23

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 Re: AC C - parts rattling around in radiator in reply to Noah in IA, 11-25-2012 13:36:36  
HERE IS THE same tool that I have. REAL cheap.
for this kind of money, you can't afford NOT to have it. I agree, it is probably the top baffle that goes just under the fill opening. I wouldn't worry about it either.

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