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D15 Radiator and Info

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ghostrider15

06-02-2019 08:53:12




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Morning - Have a D15, was told year model 1962, SN is faded, looks like D15-3456-R, or the 3 could be an 8. Looking for a radiator. The radiators I've seen the description states the part fits D15 SNs 9000 and on. I'm learning about the tractor as I go, it runs excellent but needs TLC. Saying this, what should I be looking for when I go for parts as I know from reading through the forum all D15 parts are not interchangeable. Appreciate any advice and suggestions, plan on changing the plugs, coil and air filter for now, and the radiator. Some jerk shot a hole in the radiator, get that out of the way:) I have 2 manuals with the tractor, neither list replacement part numbers. Thank You!

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GHOSTRIDER15

06-03-2019 20:47:02




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 Re: D15 Radiator and Info in reply to ghostrider15, 06-02-2019 08:53:12  
Good advice, thank You!



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DrAllis

06-02-2019 15:25:04




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 Re: D15 Radiator and Info in reply to ghostrider15, 06-02-2019 08:53:12  
All D-15 tractors (series 1 and series 2) are the same width and are also the same width as a D-17 and are all wider than a D-14. At s/n 9001 the engine became the G-160 instead of the older G-149 and the HP was increased. I ASSUME the newer radiator fits the older tractors. I see no reason why it shouldn't. I assume the radiator for s/n 9001 and up has a thicker core for more cooling capacity and will be just fine with the older engine. The only other difference would be the G-149 tractors had the headlights on the side of the radiator, so there could be another difference, as the G-160 tractors had headlights on the fenders.

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chaskaduo

06-02-2019 09:29:06




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 Re: D15 Radiator and Info in reply to ghostrider15, 06-02-2019 08:53:12  
Take it to a radiator repair shop, they can probably fix it and it could be well less than a new one. That way you also know it is the right one, as shipping one back can be expensive on it's own.



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ghostrider15

06-02-2019 09:42:42




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 Re: D15 Radiator and Info in reply to chaskaduo, 06-02-2019 09:29:06  
Thank You for the quick reply, I was planning to do just that, especially looking at $600 for a radiator. Mind if I ask if you know the difference between the D15 radiators, after SN 9001 and prior to SN 9001. I appreciate the reply and support! Have a good one



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Bob Bancroft

06-02-2019 10:35:06




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 Re: D15 Radiator and Info in reply to ghostrider15, 06-02-2019 09:42:42  
I have a series II D15. Fortunately, all I've ever done to it is work on the clutch. I'm guessing the 9000 serial number break is where the series II started. I remember hearing someone complain about the D15, maybe the series II, I don't know, but they said parts didn't interchange. Seems like he said maybe the D15II was wider?

I bought a radiator on line once. I'll never do that again. Whether I buy OEM, or aftermarket, it will be from a local dealer.

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