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Original Model B Radiator or Fuel Cap

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John in NC

01-02-2003 18:52:48

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There is an original Model B cap for sale on ebay at the link I supplied below. I know these are hard to come by and thought someone might want it. No bids at 9.99. I saw it while searching tonight .......

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Dana (IA)

01-03-2003 09:26:54

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 Re: Original Model B Radiator or Fuel Cap in reply to John in NC, 01-02-2003 18:52:48  
I questioned the seller. It is a gas cap (as I suspected) and not a radiator cap.

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01-03-2003 13:33:17

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 Re: Re: Original Model B Radiator or Fuel Cap in reply to Dana (IA), 01-03-2003 09:26:54  

What is the difference between a radiator cap and a gas cap on a B? I though the same cap was used for both. At least thats the case in the tractor that I am familiar with. At least so I think they were the same.

Also checked e-bay and the auction is ended.

Any way thanks for you answere in advance.


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erksan radiator

02-24-2003 03:24:46

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 Re: Re: Re: Original Model B Radiator or Fuel Cap in reply to DPOST, 01-03-2003 13:33:17  
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Rod (NH)

01-03-2003 14:30:46

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 Re: Re: Re: Original Model B Radiator or Fuel Cap in reply to DPOST, 01-03-2003 13:33:17  
According to the parts book I have, prior to tractor #B61222 an atmospheric radiator was used and the gas cap and radiator cap were the same part number. After B61222, the radiator was a pressurized version with a different cap. My '42 B (B58812) had the same cap for both at one time. Dad replaced the gas cap with a locking version years ago and the original cap was lost.


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John in NC

01-03-2003 13:51:32

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 Re: Re: Re: Original Model B Radiator or Fuel Cap in reply to DPOST, 01-03-2003 13:33:17  
I have a 1939 B and it has the exact same cap on the fuel and the radiator. I am pretty sure this is original on the early years. I would think a safety type spring loaded cap might be safer on the radiator but mine never gets hot enough to build up that kind of pressure.

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