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36 B radiator confusion?

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Jeremy B

02-13-2008 14:49:52
156.56.116.66



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I am working on the radiator on my 36 B. When I got the tractor it didn't have a screen/curtain assembly or shutters. I was going to put a new screen/curtain assembly on it but the side support castings on the radiator don't even have holes drilled for one. Almost all unstyled B's I have seen have a screen or shutters or the holes to mount one. My tractor also has a gasoline manifold instead of a tractor fuel manifold is that original? This tractor was only used until the early 1970s and then parked which made me wonder if the manifold was original but the casting number on the manifold is gone. My tractors serial number is 25303 is there any way to find out who originally bought this tractor and where?

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Kris A NC

02-15-2008 05:04:14
64.128.214.5



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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
Sorry my radiator has the mounting holes and is cast number B396R which is in the parts manual. Sorry I can't help more.

Kris A NC



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Gordy in Mn.

02-14-2008 08:00:53
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
Serial #25303, built 07 29 1936, shipped 07 30 1936, branch Indianapolis, In. destination Bloomington,In. My 35 B has the screen on it and it mounts on the four corner bolts that fasten the radiator together. Hope this helps. Gordy



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Kris A NC

02-14-2008 05:38:48
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
I will have to check mine when I get home. I have #16073. I will post my findings if you want.


Kris A NC



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Jeremy B

02-14-2008 06:26:59
129.79.133.106



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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Kris A NC, 02-14-2008 05:38:48  
That would be great. If you could also send some pics that would help because I haven't seen any with the early style screen.



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almrm

02-14-2008 05:03:09
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
I purchased a screen for my 35 A. My radiator has the holes but the screen I bought attaches to 4 existing bolts in the assembly. Fortunately the bolts did not break when I installed the screen.

Mark



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NYChas

02-13-2008 18:12:43
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
I have an early 36B was made in 35 I don't have any mounting holes in mine. Curtain mounts with tabs at the top tank bolts and bottom tank mounting holes.(Where the side bolts to the top and bottom tanks)



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BMAN

02-13-2008 16:13:28
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
Do the radiator sides have the casting number 747?



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Jeremy B

02-13-2008 16:20:34
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to BMAN, 02-13-2008 16:13:28  
Yes they do B747R I think



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BMAN

02-13-2008 17:26:15
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 16:20:34  
I have seen the same radiator sides but have never been able to figure out why they don't have the correct holes. Also, that casting number is not in the parts book.



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Mike M

02-13-2008 18:30:09
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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to BMAN, 02-13-2008 17:26:15  
I don't remember the casting number but I have also had one that was that way. Couldn't find the casting number anywhere either.



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DanL-B36320

02-13-2008 15:23:13
72.19.183.36



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 Re: 36 B radiator confusion? in reply to Jeremy B, 02-13-2008 14:49:52  
Two-cylinder club will do a SN research for you; $15 for members, $25 for non-members.

http://www.two-cylinder.com/



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