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schematic WD45 Radiator support

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Gregory K Soderberg

05-19-2011 20:29:57

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Does anyone know where I can find a schematic on line showing how a radiator is mounted into a WD45?

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Gregory K Soderberg

05-20-2011 05:38:26

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 Re: schematic WD45 Radiator support in reply to Gregory K Soderberg, 05-19-2011 20:29:57  
Thank you Aaron, JMS/.MN & big jt! I'll give it a shot! Greg

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Aaron SEIA

05-20-2011 04:27:15

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 Re: schematic WD45 Radiator support in reply to Gregory K Soderberg, 05-19-2011 20:29:57  

There are holes in the bottom of the frame rail. I have learned that a long 3/8 extension will fit in them. Put the extension through the lower hole, then put the 3/4" socket on. Make taking them out so much easier. Might have to turn the wheels on a narrow front for room. As others have said, should be a lock washer and the wedge under them. The rad bolts also hold the bottom of the sheet metal front.


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Brian G. NY

05-20-2011 07:21:31

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 Re: schematic WD45 Radiator support in reply to Aaron SEIA, 05-20-2011 04:27:15  
I figured that out also; makes the job much easier!

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05-19-2011 21:50:16

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 Re: schematic WD45 Radiator support in reply to Gregory K Soderberg, 05-19-2011 20:29:57  
You don"t need a schematic- there are two half inch bolts under the radiator, in the C-channel frame- need a 3/4 inch socket to loosen them. There are tapered washers that are on the bolts, the taper matches the angle of the C-channel, so the head of the bolt fits flat against the washer.

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big jt

05-19-2011 21:48:57

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 Re: schematic WD45 Radiator support in reply to Gregory K Soderberg, 05-19-2011 20:29:57  
Don't know of anyplace for blueprints, but. Two half inch bolts from the top frame rail. There should also be two wedge shaped washers to compensate for the angle of the channel iron.

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