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Re: John Deere G aftermarket aluminum radiator

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Tim S

12-30-2012 16:15:10

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Years ago my Boss who owned the dealership I worked at pulled a G that ran good then,,nothing like they do today, we used a piece of 4" exhaust pipe with fins welded to it and screens on each side to hide it for a radiator, worked out fine for him and got rid of some weight.

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12-30-2012 16:39:15

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 Re: John Deere G aftermarket aluminum radiator in reply to Tim S, 12-30-2012 16:15:10  
Tim, so he just hooked that into the lower and upper water pipe and ran it like that? I would think that one of the new aluminum rads should be more than enough for mine then

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Mike Aylward

12-30-2012 17:07:58

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 Re: John Deere G aftermarket aluminum radiator in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-30-2012 16:39:15  
Jim, in my 70 pulling tractor I use a radiator out of a 4300 compact utility tractor along with an electric water pump and gate valve to control flow. I use a model B fan on the fan shaft and also an electric fan up front. It stays cool unless I have prolonged idling and then it warms up. Mike

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12-30-2012 17:25:02

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 Re: John Deere G aftermarket aluminum radiator in reply to Mike Aylward, 12-30-2012 17:07:58  
Mike would it be too much trouble to ask u for a few pics? Also does the 70 have the large upper and lower water pipes? How did u neck them down by hose ? Thanks for the reply

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Mike Aylward

12-30-2012 17:38:01

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 Re: John Deere G aftermarket aluminum radiator in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-30-2012 17:25:02  
Jim, if you like I can take some pics on my phone and send them to you. My email is open if you want to talk privately. Mike

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Mike Aylward

12-30-2012 17:36:22

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 Re: John Deere G aftermarket aluminum radiator in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-30-2012 17:25:02  
I don't have any pics of the setup right here. I remade the upper water pipe and manifold out of lighter weight steel. I used a shorter piece of pipe on the bottom. It was a simple matter to weld a washer on the end of the pipe and then use a pipe nipple the right size for the rest of the plumbing. Mike

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