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TO-35 radiator

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07-25-2012 10:44:08

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i need a new one thanks to some pure stupididty on my part.i last bought one for my other 35 about 5/6 years ago and that one fit ok but the bracket for the top support is located wrong.i don't remember where i bought but i do remember it was made in ireland.
any one here buy one recently and if so where'e you get it ???
thanks again.

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08-10-2012 12:49:13

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
Many of the aftermarket radiators are of poor quality at best, however, Clancey (Irish), has long been an OEM supplier and makes a quality product. I believe that these are available from A&I.


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07-28-2012 03:02:38

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
If you are referring to to the Top Hose Connection or the Fixing for the support Rod If you have a Radiator repairer close by they should be able to replace them for you to the pattern you need...John(UK)

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07-26-2012 21:54:09

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
I had to have mine fixed 2 years ago. Ordered a replacement from the MF dealer and it wasn"t right. On the box was wording to say it was made in the European Union, and somewhere else said it was made in Ireland.
The bottom tank was different, the hoses didn"t fit right, and the shroud wouldn"t fit.
I( took it back and got one that was a genuine AGCO replacement part. No fit there either, and the tanks on both were tinny, unlike the original tanks. they were like castings.
I got it recored, totally new core, and it is fine.
The guy found a supplier that had a core to fit. Also, these machines use an industrial core, it"s different from automotive cores.

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07-26-2012 05:26:38

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
I have 2 35's which i use to cut grass with. One has 40psi of oil pressure and the other has 25.The 40psi runs much cooler than the 25psi so I'd say just close down the leaky flu and try it if your oil pressure is ok.

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07-25-2012 22:02:04

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
Yesterday's Tractor lists radiators for a TO-35.

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Tony in Mass.

07-25-2012 21:40:21

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
It is a sad fact radiator repair is a dying art, but how bad is yours no one for miles around will try to fix it? Any good cleaning test and repair is pushing $100, but a replacement will be hundreds...

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07-26-2012 05:11:10

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-25-2012 21:40:21  
i took it to a local guy who is second generation radiator repair. he said he could fix it but since the damage is into the second row of fins the likely hood of the engine running hot is fairly certain. now i have a question about the cooling system. i know ford 8N's have over kill on their cooling system is this ferguson the same? if the cooling capacity is more than needed then maybe i could away with having the rad. repaired.
my dad took his radiators to this shop over 50 years ago.

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Tony in Mass.

07-26-2012 06:58:21

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-26-2012 05:11:10  
Have him fix it, put it back in. I bet you will overheat before the engine does. Well worth the chance in my book. Just keep an eye on the needle, if it tops off, the both of you can relax under a tree for a while. My bet all will be fine for normal use.

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07-26-2012 08:11:41

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-26-2012 06:58:21  
i just off the phone with the radiator shop person. he said if it was his in no way would he spend the money to fix it. like i said this place has been in business for over 50 yrs. and you don't last that long if you lie. besides if i do have it fixed and the engine does run hot then i'm out what i paid for the repair plus a new radiator.
i will bite the bullet and buy a new one.

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07-25-2012 19:50:45

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 Re: TO-35 radiator in reply to s19438, 07-25-2012 10:44:08  
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