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Case SC radiator cap

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tractorguy2

03-13-2018 19:39:05




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Is there any type of repair kit for the cast iron radiator cap on my SC? It no longer fits tight.




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tractorguy2

03-15-2018 17:07:38




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 Re: Case SC radiator cap in reply to tractorguy2, 03-13-2018 19:39:05  
I removed the little flat strap and put it on up side down. The cap fits much tighter.

Thank you for the replies.



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John Saeli

03-14-2018 06:30:51




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 Re: Case SC radiator cap in reply to tractorguy2, 03-13-2018 19:39:05  
We stock new gaskets & tangs for the S SC Caps. E-mail is open.



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cz

03-14-2018 02:33:29




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 Re: Case SC radiator cap in reply to tractorguy2, 03-13-2018 19:39:05  
I cut one out of a 1/16" thick piece of brass stock, bending the ears a little to make it easy to engage. This has served my model S for many years without rusting out like the steel original. I cut a gasket out of rubber gasket material.



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Chuck Machinist

03-13-2018 20:17:06




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 Re: Case SC radiator cap in reply to tractorguy2, 03-13-2018 19:39:05  
It is a non pressurized coolant system, so would a 1/16 gasket be sufficient for a seal? CM



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tractorguy2

03-13-2018 20:54:07




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 Re: Case SC radiator cap in reply to Chuck Machinist, 03-13-2018 20:17:06  
A few years ago I did replace the original gasket with a new cork gas cap gasket as they are the same size. I was wondering if anyone made a replacement for the tabs that lock into the radiator neck?



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olgentdc

03-13-2018 22:51:23




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 Re: Case SC radiator cap in reply to tractorguy2, 03-13-2018 20:54:07  
oops ,.. a cork gasket will probably fail you ,,. ChucK is so rite about a rubber gasket ,,. if your tabs are gone or very poor ,.go to your favorite radiator shop , junk yard or even NAPA ,, Nothing wrong with new parts.LOL ,the SC ornament can be placed on the NEW Cap with a little engenuity , Although I never put a lot of thought to doing it .



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