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rigging a radiator for my tractor

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xpkson

01-02-2018 18:39:48




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Is it appropriate to post a question about my Massey Ferguson 97?I can't find a radiator for my tractor.I was thinking about using a radiator with the ability to keep it cool and rigging the tank top and bottom to make it look right.I need some thoughts on this.In other words I would try to make it look like it had the right radiator.I would maybe hollow out the tanks and find a way to cover top and bottom.My bottom tank has a large hole to big to fix and trust it.

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MMDEL

01-06-2018 06:51:34




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
I would certainly like to talk to your radiator man. I have been looking for years for a radiator for my MOTRAC.
Please send me an e-mail

MMDEL



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morepower02

01-05-2018 17:21:07




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
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The massey



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Rich'sToys

01-05-2018 11:02:26




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Same as what? The Massey or the UB?



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jr1983

01-04-2018 18:23:19




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
Where you guys at? I need one done for a utu.



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molinegb

01-04-2018 08:26:07




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
You can also source a used rad from a G705,706,707,708. All the same.



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Rich'sToys

01-03-2018 21:31:40




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
Mine wanted $1200.00 to re-core the one in my UB. That ain't happenin'! Unless I find a better deal than that or else a good used one I guess she'll be parked for a while.



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ubzbpuller

01-04-2018 10:59:16




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to Rich'sToys, 01-03-2018 21:31:40  
I had my UB radiator recorded last year for $300. Seems a little high to me.



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wgm

01-04-2018 17:47:16




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to ubzbpuller, 01-04-2018 10:59:16  
Same here. About $300 two years ago.



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Manitoba Case

01-03-2018 15:06:19




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
When restoring a tractor I usually take the radiator to a local radiator repair shop. The owner of the shop I use told me that plans are available for all radiators ever made. He has put new cores in a few for me and I have been surprised how reasonable it was.



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carvel minne farmer

01-02-2018 20:55:36




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
good evening xpkson, do you have a good rad shop close to you? I take older rads from Lincoln welders from the 40's and 50's into my local rad shop and they will often fab up new tanks and tank mounts if one is to badly corroded or rotten.



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xpkson

01-04-2018 06:52:27




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to carvel minne farmer, 01-02-2018 20:55:36  
I do have one near me at an area called the Buck.The core is in bad shape also.There isn't much of a radiator to work with.That is why I am rigging it to hear it run.



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el6147

01-02-2018 18:45:06




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 Re: rigging a radiator for my tractor in reply to xpkson, 01-02-2018 18:39:48  
you have mail



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