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WC parts that I just took in today.

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Farmall Daddy

02-20-2003 18:39:17




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I just took in the head and the crankshaft so I can oversize my WC. When I got there, the guy at the machine shop said, and which I had noticed, that one of the antifreeze holes was clogged up. Never have had any problem of it heating up. It would just reach the cold-warm line and would not go over it, even when I pulled it or worked it continuously. My question is should I have the radiator flushed and cleaned? I don' want to take any chances, but is this normal, never seen it before.

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Farmall Daddy

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Phil Auten (TX)

02-20-2003 20:33:00




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 Re: WC parts that I just took in today. in reply to Farmall Daddy, 02-20-2003 18:39:17  
It couldn't hurt. The head will get hot tanked and come back nice and clean. If the radiator is clean looking on the inside, it probably doesen't need cleaning. If it looks like it's all crudded up, I would have it cleaned and tested for leaks. You might end up having to repair the radiator, but at least it won't be crapping out on you when you need the tractor to do some work.

My 2,
Phil



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Rog

02-22-2003 07:36:25




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 Re: Re: WC parts that I just took in today. in reply to Phil Auten (TX), 02-20-2003 20:33:00  
Good advice, Phil. You might be amazed what can come out of these things.



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