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05-18-2017 13:45:43

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How critical is this screen...things been rotted away for years so I'm guessing, not so much. Does anybody have a source... 1850 gas

Local dealer has one... $110...that's insane. I'd like it to be factory but that's nuts.

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05-19-2017 15:47:40

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 Re: radiator screen replacement in reply to gary66, 05-18-2017 13:45:43  
I would not run without one, mine all collect a ton of crap that would otherwise get embedded in the oil coolers or radiator. Bought one without one time, made a screen using aluminum stock, a few rivets, and aluminum screen. Cheap.

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05-19-2017 05:16:00

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 Re: radiator screen replacement in reply to gary66, 05-18-2017 13:45:43  
I plan on making one if I can't find one that isn't a crazy price.

Fan blade got pushed into the radiator, screens out so I thought I'd replace it...100 bucks for a screen is an insult to far.
Radiators getting repaired.

I've seen thicker ridged screen in sheets, be bigger holes but would stop any damaging crap and they come in colors. :)

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05-18-2017 21:07:10

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 Re: radiator screen replacement in reply to gary66, 05-18-2017 13:45:43  
go to hardware store and buy some 1/8" screen and cut out your own, clamp on with grill. 1/8" works good, wont plug as easily, what it doesnt stop should go right thru radiator anyways

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05-19-2017 09:47:16

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 Re: radiator screen replacement in reply to hrross, 05-18-2017 21:07:10  
I used hardware cloth on my 1550. I just put metal screws on the inside of the grill in the metal strips where the original screen slides in.

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larry duda

05-18-2017 17:43:45

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 Re: radiator screen replacement in reply to gary66, 05-18-2017 13:45:43  
I think they are all around a hundred bucks or more. I will post a couple of pictures of a used one I have tomorrow.

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05-18-2017 16:17:50

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 Re: radiator screen replacement in reply to gary66, 05-18-2017 13:45:43  
I think Korves has those. Korvesoliver dot com.

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