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Tony in Mass.

11-26-2013 10:02:19

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See now, if you learned French, you'd know is wasn't for sale... well the way I word things... maybe you still wouldn't know... Inno can barely figure out my French, and he's in real 'courier de bois' country...
I wouldn't mind having one... even if they are all diesels-!!

So what exactly you got there? Is that a French made gasoline 35? or??

I think you need a yellow pages. You need to bring that radiator to someone who will re-core it, or unsolder the top and bottom and check each tube. It can't be so exotic that a new core can't be fitted. I would need some pictures to do any further thinking and pondering the meaning of radiators.... brace rod on the left or right.... angle of the top and bottom hose necks... got to be interchangeable with something else out there...

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11-26-2013 17:20:05

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 Re: radiator in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-26-2013 10:02:19  
It"s made in Denmark and I tried running a skew down thru the top and was lucky to get it out again,seems most of the acummulation came loose with the vinegar and cooked hard in the radiator, the donor 35 neck needs to be turned 30 degrees and the inside of hood bent plus a dose of black pepper to stop its leak. Original standard radiator also has 2 flues soldered shut with po leaks.Closest thing we got to french down south are the canadians.

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Jason S.

11-27-2013 17:15:38

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 Re: radiator in reply to 2tractors, 11-26-2013 17:20:05  
Have you ever cleaned one with lye or draino?

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