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Allis G Radiator Paint

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Bud

02-12-2003 13:46:34




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Did the G's come from the factory with the radiator painted black or orange? I have seen them displayed both ways.
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Dave

02-14-2003 10:11:50




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 Re: Allis G Radiator Paint in reply to Bud, 02-12-2003 13:46:34  
Our family has had our G since new in 49. Everything on it seemed to be orange except for the steering wheel and front light. It has been so long ago and it was repainted when I was a little kid. The rims were silver, I think just galvanized and unpainted.



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cmoe

02-13-2003 11:51:48




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 Re: Allis G Radiator Paint in reply to Bud, 02-12-2003 13:46:34  
I've been told that everything even the stiring wheel and the plug wires were painted at the factory and if you have black parts those are usualy replacement parts



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oly

02-12-2003 20:33:57




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 Re: Allis G Radiator Paint in reply to Bud, 02-12-2003 13:46:34  
We have 3 of the AC model G, they came new with "Black" Radiators



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Jesse Lowman

02-12-2003 18:43:10




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 Re: Allis G Radiator Paint in reply to Bud, 02-12-2003 13:46:34  
mine is painted orange, original paint...



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steve

02-12-2003 16:04:30




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 Re: Allis G Radiator Paint in reply to Bud, 02-12-2003 13:46:34  
Allis did not make the radiators, they bought them and had them shipped in black. afterwards the tractor was painted orange, so it depends on how carried away the factory paint man got with his gun. usually thing look a little better with a little color so i vote for black.



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Mike (MA)

02-15-2003 08:58:40




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 Re: Re: Allis G Radiator Paint in reply to steve, 02-12-2003 16:04:30  

I've been researching the same question for my C as many of the radiators I've seen have been painted orange. Given the thermal properties of the paint (ie. black shed much more heat than orange hence the function of the radiator), I questioned it and found that they were indeed black when installed but were often the target of the orange overspray when Allis painted the tractor. Mike



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