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clancy radiator replacement

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11-06-2007 12:29:03

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How do you mount the clancy 9n/8n radiators since they dont have bolt holes/threads in the base? Also it didn't come with a stop cock anyone know what size stop cock or bolt it accepts?

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Mark Pearce

11-06-2007 16:48:24

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 Re: clancy radiator replacement in reply to texcl, 11-06-2007 12:29:03  
Hey, The Clancy brand radiators have a slot instead of holes in the bottom. It is a 7/16th carriage bolt head that slides up in there and they just hang there until you lower the radiator down. Also, remember the two rubber square pads that go underneath the radiator. The front bolster has the two holes to lower the bolts down into. I bought stainless carriage bolts for mine for ease of removal if ever need to. I hate rusty bolts especially the ones that attach my expensive radiators. As for the petcock drain I think it is half inch. I just bought a radiator from Tractor Supply made in Turkey. It has the same carriage bolt slot setup that Clancy brands have. That Rasa radiator from Turkey is more heavy duty than the Clancy. I like the clancy brand also. Both good radiators!


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11-06-2007 17:09:45

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 Re: clancy radiator replacement in reply to Mark Pearce, 11-06-2007 16:48:24  
thanks, for the info!

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John (TR0

11-06-2007 14:25:53

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 Re: clancy radiator replacement in reply to texcl, 11-06-2007 12:29:03  
Dont they use the head of a 7/16" carriage bolt?? I have one thats a Clancy and mine did.

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