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unstyled b Radiator

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jjohnsonjeffffff

09-24-2012 19:30:25
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Im putting together a 37 long frame bw I purchased a new Radiator for it come to find out it don"t fit its part# is b 747r the upper water pipe doesn"t line up or the steering rod wont clear either seems like it sits a little to high all my other unstyled b" s have the Radiator part# b396 r? ?????????




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jejohnson

09-25-2012 17:40:02
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 Re: unstyled b Radiator in reply to jjohnsonjeffffff, 09-24-2012 19:30:25  
ok this is what i found out today i guess the B747R radiaitor was on the real early unstyled B's and the the other part number was on the later ones . i was comparing them today and the difference is the thickness of the casting on the top and bottom pieces of the radiator the B747R does not have holes for the front shutter but i will just drill them. otherwise everything else is the same. thanks for your help

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Pete in MD

09-25-2012 18:39:06
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 Re: unstyled b Radiator in reply to jejohnson, 09-25-2012 17:40:02  
I don't doubt what you say, but where did you get the info you found out today?

In your original post you mentioned problems with the upper water pipe and the steering rod. How are you going to get around those problems using the B747R radiator?



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jejohnson

09-25-2012 18:45:12
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 Re: unstyled b Radiator in reply to Pete in MD, 09-25-2012 18:39:06  
i called MCgrew
i actually tryed the steering rod this morning and it clears by about 1/8 inch and the water pipe will work its only off a little
i measured the casting this morning on both part numbers and it about 1/8 thicker on the top and bottom castings so total its a 1/4 inch it will work i just had a brand new core put in this radiator and didnt want to go through the hassle of taking it all apart again

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Pete in MD

09-25-2012 10:48:41
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 Re: unstyled b Radiator in reply to jjohnsonjeffffff, 09-24-2012 19:30:25  
B396R is the correct radiator side piece for all unstyled B,BR,BO tractors.

I can't find a part# B747R in the unstyled or styled B catalogs or the Numerical Index PC-100 (6-50).

Is your radiator cap in the center or on the left side of the tank top?



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Sam Vastano

09-25-2012 10:06:13
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 Re: unstyled b Radiator in reply to jjohnsonjeffffff, 09-24-2012 19:30:25  
Sounds to me as if you have a radiator or parts of a radiator for the BR or BO not a "B" Tank top is much different

Sam



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Kurt_JDB

09-25-2012 09:57:17
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 Re: unstyled b Radiator in reply to jjohnsonjeffffff, 09-24-2012 19:30:25  
Don"t know the answer to your question, but here is a link to a discussion about somebody else that had the B747R sides. Do your sides have the holes to support the shutters?

Kurt



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