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Recondition radiator for WD?

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John Fulmer

08-02-2003 18:58:30

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Gah! In putting in a new temp gauge, I managed to break the top part of the radiator. Since the old one was in pretty bad shape to begin with (lots of bent fins, crud, brand spanking new crack in the outlet, etc..), I've decided to put a new radiator in.

Since a new one runs $170-$200, I was wondering if anyone knows of a place I could get a decent reconditioned radiator?


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Free wheelin

08-03-2003 18:20:48

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 Re: Recondition radiator for WD? in reply to John Fulmer, 08-02-2003 18:58:30  
Where are you located? I am in north central Iowa and I just bought a new after market one for $150. I got it from Worthington Ag parts. My old one isn't in that bad of shape if you are interested.

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Dave K

08-03-2003 10:05:59

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 Re: Recondition radiator for WD? in reply to John Fulmer, 08-02-2003 18:58:30  
Any local radiator shop can recore/repair them. If you need a recore it will run you about the same as a new one. You are looking somewhere in the area of $200.


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08-02-2003 21:31:32

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 Re: Recondition radiator for WD? in reply to John Fulmer, 08-02-2003 18:58:30  
When I needed a raditor for my WD the dealer wanted $600 for a new one salvage yards wanted $150 for ones that still needed worked on. Needless to say when The Tractor Barn in Springfield Mo. had one they would guarantee at $150 several years ago I jumped on it. It looked almost brand new. I think the price you mentioned is great from my experience in this area.

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John Fulmer

08-03-2003 18:46:56

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 Re: Re: Recondition radiator for WD? in reply to Sid , 08-02-2003 21:31:32  
Thanks for the comments.

Turns out, I found a pretty highly rated e-bay store that had them for $135 + $20 shipping and 1 year warrenty. Woo!

The funny thing is how reletively cheap AC radiators are. IH and JD radiators seem to start in the mid 200's and go up from there.


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08-05-2003 16:14:56

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 Re: Re: Re: Recondition radiator for WD? in reply to John Fulmer, 08-03-2003 18:46:56  
John Whats the name of E-Bay store, I need one too.

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